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Apologies if there have been similar posts, but the Miami Marlins are the reason I don't believe we will have a college football season. They had four players test positive a couple days ago with another 8 (plus 2 coaches) today leading to their home opener being cancelled. If protocol is actually to be followed, every player who came in contact with those individuals (on both teams) should also go into isolation. I believe the MLB season is already at risk less than a week in due to players and coaches not being in a bubble (which has its own risks). The fact that Baseball decided to still travel between cities so teams can play in their own ball parks opens the players up to the possibility of exposure. It doesn't matter how "careful" you are, the virus doesn't care.
That's with only a 30 man roster of professional athletes...not 85 scholarship athletes (young, immature students) + walk-ons and staff. I don't foresee a safe way to have a season this fall at this rate.