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GtownHoo

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Yeah it worked out for some teams, not for many others


1) It was a risk management decision. They played the odds, and it seems to be working out for more teams in the spring than the fall. Who is to say that JMU wouldn't have missed even more games in the fall?

2) The whole FCS is playing in the spring, so if JMU played in the fall, all they could play is filler games for any of the very few FBS teams needing opponents.

3) Fans in many stands in the spring, not in the fall.

4) I will bet any amount of money that a fewer % of football games are missed this spring due to covid than were in the fall.

(In response to this post by UVAFan2626)

Posted: 04/04/2021 at 10:10AM



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  Deleted my sarcastic remark .:)** -- Birddog 04/04/2021 11:38AM
  Yep! ** -- Birddog 04/04/2021 11:11AM
  Lol, so many teams in the fall lost multiple games -- GtownHoo 04/04/2021 04:59AM
  Yep. FSU is a prime example. ** -- halleHOOjah 04/04/2021 09:48AM
  Fall was more careful nationally. Spring -- JamesHoo 04/04/2021 12:02AM
  Hope they can make it through the playoffs. ** -- halleHOOjah 04/03/2021 12:26PM

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