We still aim for five games (it's the Mason teams that usually drop to four if needed). I'd love to know what "new direction" OHSAA is headed. Snodgrass seemed to render fairly neutral plans compared to some other measures that were being taken. I'm totally with you on seeing a real game! My son is heading into his senior year and even an inter-club scrimmage had amazing attendance! Best of luck and health in any case as we all figure out what moving forward looks like.Thanks. Do you know if the plan is to still try and get 5 games in? Honestly I would settle for 1 game at this point!! I am a little nervous with Snodgrass getting let go yesterday.
The fact that showcases like this draw from multiple states with 100's of teams (plus coaches, refs and other volunteers) makes it unrealistic to pull off this summer. It just doesn't make sense right now.The data does not support your feelings. Young people don't die and they don't transmit unless there is some other underlying condition. Then they should not be playing at all. I understand your concern, it is just that the data does not bear it out. Deaths reported in Ohio, on a Tuesday no less = 6.
Your statement is not based on real data. I will continue to listen to the experts including my daughter who is an epidemiologist that has studied and researched the spread of this and other diseases ... P.S. I personally know of a few people ~ 30 years old that just tested positive with symptons and transmitted it to others. 2 months ago, again someone I personally know, about 20 years old got it pretty bad and spread it to at least 3 others who in turn spread it to others. I have real data. By the way, Ohio was just put on New York's quaratine list and is now one of 12 staes in that group. What is happening is exactly what Fauci and Acton said would happen. Fauci served for numerous presidents of both parties and is unbiased and will not be swayed by your feelings or emotions of wanting to see sports or the economy being the driving factor. We have opened up too soon 'for the economy' and because of those pushing for that, the economy is going to take a much bigger hit ... thanks so much for the short sideness.The data does not support your feelings. Young people don't die and they don't transmit unless there is some other underlying condition. Then they should not be playing at all. I understand your concern, it is just that the data does not bear it out. Deaths reported in Ohio, on a Tuesday no less = 6.
Kind of an important thing don't you think?so that’s the one thing that you pick out? Good for you. How’s the state doing since she departed? What are your suggestions on how to live thru this?
Kind of an important thing don't you think?
Since I am living through this now I guess my suggestion is to do what I do. It's the same as any other virus outbreak btw. Wash your hands a lot. Don't get too close to people, especially if they are showing symptoms. And live your life.
Perfect philosophy. My creed as well!