He’s not an immunologist, but he did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night.

Somebody’s already getting antsy about that sweet revenue flow.

At least he didn’t say Easter.



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5 responses to “He’s not an immunologist, but he did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night.

  1. Bulldog Joe


    Don’t worry, Ross, the universities are already lining up for their handouts.


  2. ASEF

    Well, we’ve got unlicensed dermatologists recommending deliberate infections in the Federalist. Everyone’s an expert now.

    Maybe the testing will be caught up by then with the initial wave receding and hospitals better prepared. But I doubt it. And plenty of young people end up seriously ill with this thing. Your odds are way better at that age, but they’re not negligible.

    I really hope we have college football back as soon as possible, but honestly, it’s receding rapidly on my priority list.


  3. If unlicensed dermatologists writing in the Federalist about infectious diseases are wrong, I don’t want to be right.


  4. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    I have no idea how all this plays out; I am surprised almost every day with new developments. OTOH, if all the players get screened maybe we can use the indoor facility during the really hot days and thunderstorms. Maybe get a week sometime before fall camp. If the players are like me they want to do something.


  5. The Dawg abides

    A lot of questions to yet to be answered. What if there’s a couple of positive cases on a team mid-season? The whole team would be quarantined and basically forfeit the rest of the season. It’s gonna take more luck than usual to make it all the way through unaffected. We could potentially see some 2-3 loss playoff teams