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Is This This NCAA Sending A Warning To The ACC, BIG 12 & SEC?
© Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
NCAA medical advisors met with the media on Thursday morning and appeared to send a cautious warning to those conferences currently scheduled to play: ACC, BIG 12 and SEC...




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So one case of anything and the world comes to an end. Horse shit, put your big girl panties on. There are all kinds of potential injuries, diseases, etc. out there. Are we going to hide from all of them and not get out of the house? OMG
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she says not avoiding crowds was a main reason for where we are. no shite he riot and protest were the main factor for the spikes
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Are these the same medical experts that say men who feel like women have no competitive advantage competing against female athletes? The NCAA has no credibility.
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Anyone else read “Brian Hainline” as Brian Hartline, Ohio State receiver? (Poor man’s Brandon Stokley back in the day)
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In the '07 look-alike thread, he was Towmater.
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"Dr. Colleen Kraft said, 'I think one case of myocarditis in an athlete is too many.'" Does she feel this way about other conditions or just this one? I'd love to hear her thoughts on what segments of our economy and society we should shut down due to the pervasiveness of morbid obesity. Dr. Jonathan Kim, the chief of sports cardiology at Emory University, took a wet shite on her today in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “The severity of myocarditis, per Kim, can vary greatly. It can be subclinical, with people not even knowing they have it, to severe. 'I think this is a very individualized decision, as it relates to the athlete and the athlete’s family,' Kim said."
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“On same call, Brian Hainline, NCAA's chief medical officer, says they're aware of 12 cases of myocarditis (a rare inflammation of the heart) in athletes.” If they know which athletes have myocarditis, why aren’t they urging them not to play this year instead of wanting to shite all of college football down? Oh, wait, I know the answer.
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One season to flatten the curve.
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One concussion is too many, ban football
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Well...i last week I paid a very well qualifies pediatrician $ 230 to tell me my daughter has a UTI and then paid for the prescription. I got a call from her office two days later telling me oops it wasnt a UTI ...300+ for the visit and med for a useless medical opinion but in Dr Del Rio we trust
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Rooting for you SEC but there’s no way they’ll be able to withstand the firestorm coming there way by every reporter.
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The SEC is considering a deal to play all league games in Portland Oregon, doubleheaders.. Monday through Saturdays. Apparently some Portlanders would welcome an influx of non-Antifa looters . This is true, I heard it at Floyd's Barber Shop.
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Sure thing Doc, crossing the street and getting hit by a car can kill you too so lets not cross the street. Now, F-off and lets play ball. Hope that was PC enough.
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SEC, ACC and Big 12 need to get their own medical experts to refute that and say bullshite, play ball! Has this heart disease just started since 2020 when Covid started? No.. Its been here for a long time and even the common flu can cause this. Flu is so common and we did not do anything to stop college sports before 2020, so play ball. Good point below about sickle cell has caused 11 deaths since 2000, and if one is too many, why we did not shut down college sports in 2000? Bull shite again, play ball
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These people are insane. We are already rolling with NBA, MLB, and MLS. Who do they think they are fooling?
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Dr. Carlos Del Rio, Infectious Diseases Society of America, and just a high School senior. Mullen doing work smart move recruiting a QB that is also a DR.
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Except he's gonna opt out...so, not so smart move, Dan
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Let's not turn into soft babyback bitches. Let them play.
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If one is too many why do they let football continue all these years when they know sickle cell trait has was the cause of 11 deaths since 2000. They are full of shite.
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“One is too much”. This is exactly why letting medical advisors make decisions is useless. They are going Default to no risk ever. Zero practicality or realistic solutions Get their input then leave them out of any plan to keep the world spinning
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Who cares. A toothless little kitten.
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The NCAA is a joke at this point! It is only a matter of time before the Power 5 cancels there ass
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“their” damn spell check
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What about CTE cases? How many head injuries are acceptable to the dr. I would bet none. Football wouldn't exist it was up to her.
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