That's a YES vote from the Louisville QB.
Listen to this man.
I hear "critical stage," but up to now, all I've heard is that things were progressing, with some setbacks. I feel like there's a good bit we're not hearing.
Sources: Attempts to salvage the fall 2020 college football season are all but over. “It’s gotten to a critical stage," one told SI. "I think all of us will be meeting with our boards in the coming days. We have work to do that is no fun.”
RT @Sam_Vecenie: College athletic is showing its two major issues in public this week: 1. No collective bargaining between players and NCAA and 2. No strong leadership and desire to take accountability or look in the mirror by the governing body itself. That’s the crux of why this mess exists.
Quite a social media tug of war going on. On one side is the narrative that schools are about to postpone the start of college football again. Players, like Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence, pushing back with #WeWanttoPlay. What say you?
People are at just as much, if not more risk, if we don’t play. Players will all be sent home to their own communities where social distancing is highly unlikely and medical care and expenses will be placed on the families if they were to contract covid19 (1)
Here's a better look at why Joe West needs a rocking chair and a houseboat.