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University Of Miami Hasn’t ‘Made Any Final Decisions’ On The Football Season

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The Miami Hurricanes remain unsure about the upcoming football season.

According to David Hale, university president Julio Frenk said Friday that the team hasn’t “made any final decisions” about playing the upcoming season during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The ACC is pushing ahead with football and no teams have decided to sit out.

Miami should 100% play football. Every single school in America should be playing football unless we see something to suggest otherwise.

Miami is in the ACC, the ACC is hellbent on games happening and there’s no reason at all why the Hurricanes can’t play.

 

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This country needs football, and we need our conferences to actually have a spine, unlike the Big 10. We need football to happen in the fall.

Miami is a historic program and they have a lot of power in the ACC. It’d be very bad if they opted out. Let’s hope like hell they don’t.

 

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We need as many teams as possible playing once September rolls around.