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College CROSSECAST: The Safe & Chris Quarantine Experience Episode II

Safe & Chris are back with some fresh quarantine content

Re-opening Continues Across Densely Populated New York And New Jersey Areas Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images

Put your mask on, folks, because we’re back with another Safe & Chris Quarantine Experience episode. While we didn’t hit the three hour mark in this show, there’s still well over two hours of fresh content to hold you over during these dreadful COVID-19 times.

In this episode Chris & I opened the show analyzing the breaking news from the Big Ten & PAC-12 postponing all fall sports. We talked about the factors that went into the decision, how this will impact winter and spring sports, how spring football would look for these two conferences, and then talked about the SEC, Big 12, & ACC’s response to the sudden shutdown by the Big Ten & PAC-12. We also bantered about how the decision by some conferences to cancel fall sports will impact whether or not there will be a 2021 college lacrosse season.

Later on in the show we talked about the MLL & PLL’s COVID-shortened seasons and whether or not the MLL’s canceled semifinal match-up & reports of multiple players who tested positive for Corona Virus will have a lasting impact on the MLL. We also chatted about whether we will see another short tournament from either league in the winter and the chances the two leagues merge in the near future. Additionally, Chris & I also answered a lot of questions from our listeners/followers throughout the show.

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