Former Maryland AD Kevin Anderson: Big Ten, Pac-12 Made Right Decision

Former Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson says the Big Ten and Pac-12 made the right decision to postpone the fall sports season. “I think there’s a moral obligation here,” Anderson said. “This is different than having a young man go out and hurt his knee.”

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Ralph Friedgen On How Fall Sports Postponement Impacts Maryland Football

Former Maryland head coach Ralph Friedgen said the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing today’s coaches to face challenges unlike anything he dealt with, but he does see an opportunity for Michael Locksley to bring the team closer together and for Maryland to emerge stronger for it.

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Richie Bancells On How To Safely Navigate MLB Season

Despite the early coronavirus outbreaks with the Marlins and Cardinals, former Orioles trainer Richie Bancells said he believes it will be possible to finish the season if players continue to abide by MLB protocols. “The biggest thing is following what the health professionals are telling us,” Bancells said.

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Epidemiologist Dr. Zachary Binney Pessimistic About Safely Conducting MLB, NFL Seasons

For epidemiologist Dr. Zachary Binney, the COVID-19 outbreak among the Marlins highlights concerns for both the MLB and NFL seasons. “I’m really worried about it,” Dr. Binney said. ” … Will it work for the NFL with more people and more contact? I think there’s evidence it may not.”

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Michael Pierce Explains Decision To Opt Out Of 2020 NFL Season

“The prime of my career is only going to last so long,” former Ravens DT Michael Pierce, now with the Vikings, said of his decision to opt out of the 2020 NFL season. “But what good is the prime of my career if I end up in the hospital and I don’t recover enough to even play?”

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