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Last 50 tweets from @BryanDFischer
In reply to @BryanDFischer
And will you have to have a game ticket to join one?
Replying to @dashbot
I’d assume so given capacity limits there
 
Iowa announces capacity at Kinnick Stadium will be limited to 10-15,000 seats per game pic.twitter.com/WGSwIhAZXH
Replying to @BryanDFischer
Most interesting item is that apparently the parking lots will be open four hours before kick — presumably for tailgating?
 
Iowa announces capacity at Kinnick Stadium will be limited to 10-15,000 seats per game
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
Louisville announced it has suspended three men’s soccer athletes and dismissed three others who had previous disciplinary issues and played an organizing role in the off-campus party that results in 28 positive COVID tests for UofL athletes and four sports stopping workouts.
 
Two of the best defenders in CFB opting out on the same day (Rousseau/Parsons)
Bad news for @CanesFootball from Manny Diaz:

"Greg Rousseau just let me know he is not going to be playing college football this fall.. He is opting out."

Rousseau is slated as a first-round NFL pick. He would have been a redshirt sophomore this season.
 
In reply to @BryanDFischer
Students/faculty visitors - that’s maybe 5% per week. Not sure that really impressive or sufficient
Replying to @GeneEgdorf
going to be a lot fewer folks on campus than normal. More testing than most schools.
 
Texas with an impressively comprehensive testing plan that includes 5,000 tests per week for people on UT campus: texastribune.org/2020/08/06/ut-…
UT-Austin will test 5,000 people a week for coronavirus and cover o...
texastribune.org
 
Surprisingly little love from coaches for Memphis, Cal, Louisville and AppState among others.
Group of 5 in the Coaches Poll

21. UCF
22. Cincinnati
RV: Boise State, Memphis, App State, Navy, Air Force, Tulane, Louisiana, SMU

I'm very surprised Memphis is outside the top 25.
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
USA Today coaches poll:

1-Clemson
2-Ohio St
3-Bama
4-UGA
5-LSU
6-OU
7-Penn St
8-Florida
9-Oregon
10-Notre Dame
11-Auburn
12-Wisconsin
13-Texas A&M
14-Texas
15-Michigan
16-Okla State
17-USC
18-Minnesota
19-UNC
200-Utah
21-UCF
22-Cincinnati
23-Iowa
24-Virginia Tech
25-Iowa State
 
 
Bill Walton’s bus driver.
what does it look like Bill Laimbeer does for a living pic.twitter.com/Fax0OfHp6H
 
MWC approves 8 conference games + 2 non-conference games, starting no earlier than Sept. 26.
 
No changes to state health order for California colleges in latest update (this from LA County).
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
DII Presidents Council cancels fall 2020 championships: on.ncaa.com/d2pc8-5
 
College Football Playoff making logistical changes:
 
Football Oversight meets tomorrow and would provide an ultimate recommendation before D1 Council meets next week. Was told there’s several plans developed for FCS FB.
FCS UPDATE: Key source confirms there is now a FCS championship committee call set for THIS afternoon to "talk about all the possibilities" of playoffs now that the NCAA has passed the decision on down to each level, along with criteria.

Decision deadline: Aug. 21
 
Source: NCAA expected to extend the recruiting dead period through at least Sept. 30. Currently through Aug. 31.
 
 
I know the focus is obviously on football but looking at what the AAC is doing for a sport like soccer makes me think this is all just a giant headache for administrators
 
No surprise, DIII cancels fall championships.
Division III Presidents Council cancels fall championships: on.ncaa.com/d3pc8-5 pic.twitter.com/IgVWsqGPav
 
AAC announces fall football plans
 
In reply to @BryanDFischer
but I thought all we had to do was wear a mask
Replying to @1martydrake
Do you think they’re going to parties with masks and social distancing or something?
 
We can’t even get adults to be adults during the pandemic so...
In reply to @BryanDFischer
or ya know.... these young adults could be a little more adult...
 
Bars, parties, frats... the pandemic super-spreader events are all very college kid-centric. And we don’t even have students back on campus in big numbers.
Louisville announces that it has suspended all activities for four athletic teams after 29 positive COVID-19 tests linked to an off-campus party. pic.twitter.com/QIPUsG0zzZ
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
BREAKING: #Pac12 planning mammoth loan program to rescue cash-strapped athletic depts if football canceled, per internal docs obtained by the Hotline:

bayareane.ws/2Dm8krC
Pac-12 rescue operation: Loan program would bail out athletic departments if football is canceled
mercurynews.com
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
NCAA Board of Governors directs each division to safeguard student-athlete well-being, scholarships and eligibility: on.ncaa.com/bog8-5
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
A group of more than 1,000 Big Ten football players is calling on the conference and the NCAA to devise a comprehensive plan to ensure the safety and well-being of players leading up to and during the upcoming fall season. #BigTenUnited

theplayerstribune.com/en-us/articles…
#BigTenUnited | By Players of the Big Ten
theplayerstribune.com
 
Carefully labeling $60-$100 million as “revenue losses” instead of just losses is telling from Wisconsin. Would love them to show their work at coming up with those figures...
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
Mountain West expected to finalize 8 conference + 2 nonconference game schedule today, sources told @Stadium. One reason for 2 nonconference games is to allow Air Force to play its Commander in Chief games w/Army & Navy, source said
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
NEWS: As many expected, the AAC has approved a 2020 scheduling model of 8 conference games and as many as 4 non-conference games, a source tells @SINow.

Announcement expected later today.
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
The football schedule starts as early as the weekend of Sept. 5 with final games slated for Nov. 21 to align with academic calendars. The Big Ten Football Championship Game remains scheduled for Dec. 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium, though it could be moved as late as Dec. 19.
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
Source: UConn is canceling the 2020 football season. Source confirms what @blauds reported this morning. No Husky football this year.
 
In reply to @BryanDFischer
tip of the iceberg
and it seems like a pretty big iceberg…
 
Lot more names coming, but this is the biggest one yet.
Replying to @BryanDFischer
FWIW, @MoveTheSticks and @BuckyBrooks had a good conversation about opt outs today on their pod. DJ also hearing more coming and said a ton of agent agreements already in place.
 
Lot more names coming, but this is the biggest one yet.
Sources tell me that Penn State LB Micah Parsons is expected to opt out of the 2020 college season and enter the 2021 NFL draft

Should be made official later tonight or early tomorrow.

sports.yahoo.com/source-penn-st…
 
Official announcement punting decision to tomorrow
Statement from NCAA President Mark Emmert on Board of Governors’ fall championships discussion: pic.twitter.com/NItg38TBK4
 
Ahh, if it’s the D1 Board then presidents involved. Kentucky president chairs, Ohio St, Okla. St, Colorado and NCSU other P5 presidents on tap until end of month.
Replying to @BryanDFischer
All three divisions have a meeting scheduled tomorrow morning. So won’t have to wait long.
 
Ahh, if it’s the D1 Board then presidents involved. Kentucky president chairs, Ohio St, Okla. St, Colorado and NCSU other P5 presidents on tap until end of month.
In reply to @RossDellenger
The decisions on fall championships now rests, it would seem, with each division's highest governing body.. D I: Board of Directors D II: Presidents Council D III: Presidents Council (of note: nearly all D3 conferences & about half of D2 have already postponed/canceled FB)
 
Punting to DI-III Councils means ADs making decisions instead of just presidents. Notable.
NCAA Board of Governors, which consists of reps from Divisions I-III, did not vote on fall sports championships, sources told @Stadium. Instead each Division will decide if & how to proceed with fall sports, sources told @Stadium, because of drastic differences between Divisions
 
Worth noting about NCAA Board’s non-decision: significant time spent on today’s Zoom going over updated financial data and associated projections.
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
News: The NCAA Board of Governors did not determine a course for the future of fall championships at its meeting today, source told @SINow.

There was not vote, despite the meeting lasting until around 7 pm tonight.

The next steps are unclear.
 
In reply to @BryanDFischer
ty. i heard about the layoff. very sorry to hear it. best wishes for a quick location of a new place of employment!
 
In reply to @BryanDFischer
I've just lost track of the topics -- Fall champs?
 
In reply to @BryanDFischer
Replying to @andyhre
Board meeting ended four hours ago
 
NCAA really taking their time getting out a BoG release this evening, eh?
 
Bryan Fischer Retweeted ·  
As disturbing as the Colorado State report is, there are a lot of CSU players who say the story has some major issues.
 
Yup. And he shouldn’t be the only one to go either.
Also if that story is true in the least, you fire Steve Addazio for cause right now. Today.
 
Steve Addazio era off to a scandal-ridden start.
Among complaints from Colorado State athletes staffers: Coaches have told players not to report COVID-19 symptoms, threatened players with reduced playing time if they quarantine and claim CSU is altering contact tracing reports to keep players practicing coloradoan.com/story/news/202…
 
The $200 million free kick
OH MY GOD THIS IS HOW THEY'RE GOING TO GET PROMOTED pic.twitter.com/cF0VpJ7y63
 
Very curious to see these figures from other schools...
Interim Texas President Jay Hartzell said he estimates that 45-50% of the UT student body has opted for an online-only fall semester.
 
 
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