Agree that time will move quickly. With each week, the odds change and so far there is very little good news. If they haven’t already, the NCAA will likely come up with dates that are the proverbial “last straw”. Don’t want to come across as a minimizer or optimist...the tweeter’s conclusion that there is no way it starts on time is a bit of a stretch for me. He certainly is closer to it based on his job but it still seems a bit presumptive. Would I suggest anyone buy a season ticket package with no refund clause...? Not a good idea. The soccer foreign player and grad transfer market has got to be totally up in the air. All teams and sports will do their best to keep players in training regiments and stay in contact to be as prepared as possible if the window of opportunity opens. It would be interesting to be on the NCAA call to understand the long poles in the tent. I personally don’t think it will be getting football players “ready” for the games. Teams go week to week during the season with injuries, game plans etc Seems there would be the will to play games with very little notice. The lawyers would be the first ones I’d ask, then the facilities people...it may be logistical in terms of stadium staffing, security and stress on police and medical that are bigger issues than the teams or fans themselves not having enough time. Now, D3 or Ivy League...I could see some different perspectives but I have a feeling if they said Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and LSU there would be a “the show must go on...unless they literally make it illegal to do so” feeling. The governors of “football states” will be in tough spots to protect the population but not cancel football. Ironically, those teams tend to play FCS teams early and it may be those FCS teams are more at risk but also heavily dependent upon those games for revenue. After 9/11 people thought nobody would ever play again or no way could people enjoy sports or no team would want to be the first to play. Instead, sports became the first big return to normalcy. A lot of people will want to recreate that scenario (and there are multiple billions of dollars at stake). For me it has almost nothing to do with the sports themselves...I’m hoping there is a season only because it means we got through this. What would I be on the lookout for? What do baseball and soccer do? If they both cancel their entire season, that sends a big message. If they resume prior to the start of football season, that would be a big message too.