I still say he doesn't play, or if he does, it's more as a distraction than anything, similar to when Hollywood Brown played against us in the CFP in 2018. But like I said earlier, I know it sounds hokey, but this team is really unified and I could see Waddle risking further injury for this game. If he does play, I really really hope he is as healed as you can be. No championship is worth him losing the future he has for himself and his familyHmm.....
Question.Alabama fans shouldn't be so quick to want to play a backup QB from Ohio St. Just sayin'
I live in the state and don't recall anything significant, or anything at all really. Flu season doesn't kick on until next month.I know.
Now, in this instance, which type of 'tight' we talking?
I don't want to goof up the thread...this was merely a discussion earlier elsewhere and got me wondering is all.
Alabama has been doing daily testing since the season started, so that helped mitigate any contact tracing issues. They've also been using the same tracking system that the NBA used during their bubble season. Plus, most of the team had it in the late summer. They were able to keep it under wraps because of no media at all in the football complex, etc. I believe the policy was that after a confirmed case was resolved, there was no need to test for 6 months. I'm not sure if that's still the case or not, but once in season, I think the team has done a good job of holding each other accountable and taking it very seriously as far as following the protocols to keep the season going. Maybe some students on the ground there can tell a different story, but that's just what I've gathered from talking to people. Despite what folks in other parts of the country may believe, most people down here have taken this situation pretty seriously. Obviously there are some weather and density issues that help in Alabama compared to Ohio as wellQuestion.
Since the spring, how has the Covid situation been at Bama overall among the team. Other than Nicky having it twice (yes, I typed that on purpose)... It seems like you rarely heard about it down there.
this was actually explained in an article concerning false positives, I'm sure it's been taken down.Amazing that the Big Ten is testing at a higher cycle than the CDC recommends. It's like they didn't want a season.....embarrassing.
The number of testing "cycles" that the BIG is utilizing? 40...in layman's terms that means the number of times they are amplifying the sample.......that means they are picking up even very very minute portions of any genetic matter present to trigger a positive test....
the number of testing "cycles" that the SEC is utilizing? 35-37....which means they aren't picking up those very very minute traces on their positive tests.....
you would think the difference between 35 cycles and 40 cycles wouldn't be a big deal....right? Wrong.....its maybe 80-90% less positive tests....
Any offensive starters rumored to be out? I'm not sure OSU being a little short-handed on defense changes the way I view this game
I took both team overs to start and hold a position live...najee rushing yards over....mostly small shit for fun. What you got?