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  1. Was considered a Florida lean but that has obviously changed. I've never been really hopeful here but apparently a national 247 guy thinks Texas A&M and Nebraska are at the top of his list. Rivals thought A&M was the leader.
  2. Kentucky, Michigan State, Nebraska, Michigan, Purdue, Louisville, Iowa State, Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Arizona State, Indiana
  3. Yeah, it's pretty tough to know for sure. I've usually gone by these numbers, which show about 5.3% right now. But the actual number of cases is almost certainly under-reported but the death number one would think would be accurate (other than cases and deaths seem to be under-reported by China). So I would say the 5.3% is probably more of a ceiling. But I'm not sure what would be a better number.
  4. I think the initial reports were just not very precise in their wording. I think what they are actually doing is any senior who is coming back for the extra year is just not going to count against the scholarship limit.
  5. Pretty much. And I actually don't have any issue with it. I think that's how you have to play the game now-a-days. I'd still like to get some good HS players but we need to use all available options as much as possible.
  6. I'm not sure it will have a big impact. Maybe they will have a harder time getting as many donations as they would like. And, thus, they might have to borrow more than they planned. But we're one of the few athletic departments that doesn't currently have any debt. So I doubt that will be a deal-breaker.
  7. Possibly. But if that's true it would also seem likely that they have under-reported total cases as well.
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