Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by twodaparty, Oct 14, 2020.
Bama has been testing all players, staff and anyone in the football complex daily for a while now.
Yes, I'm sure they could. But it's against NCAA rules. He can't even watch remotely and communicate with his coaching staff.
I think the coaching rule is ridiculous. What's the difference between being in quarantine and being in the skybox. Can't see much advantage in being farther away from the action.
The virus is everywhere. Jeebus. A & M didn't spread it. I tested positive today. Have no idea where I got it from. Been mostly working from home for seven months, go to the grocery, pharmacy, or gas station. That's about it. You can't tell where you get it from. Mildly achy, tired, then got the trots.
I've had hard nights of drinking cause me way more pain.
But coordinators can coach from the press box. How is that different?
I am convinced I got mine from a gas handle. I have not been able to think of another way.
Best wishes to Coach Saban for a full recovery......
If Grantham gets it I hope it’s right before the Georgia game. Then we can get someone to coach the defense who actually gives us a chance to win.
Google it. I saw lots of links. Here's a chart with some examples:
Well isn’t this interesting.. bet he coaches!
“But if Saban has three negative tests, including the second two in a 24-hour span, he could conceivably be cleared to return to athletic activities before Saturday's game in Tuscaloosa.”
Saban: 'Doing great,' hoping to face Georgia
LOL they don’t even try to hide it anymore
I don't see how you can have a realistic number. You can get a percentage from people actually tested. But how do you get a number on how many had it and never knew it and where never tested.
HA! Oh by the way. With your moniker will you please introduce yourself to our defenseless coordinator?
Didn't the football coach at liberty University coach from one of the boxes as he was in a hospital bed
I’d love to but he is only half the trouble. The other half is our players may just be at their ceiling
Yeah, I remember that too. I think it was Hugh Freeze.
Somebody brought that up. They said because because he wasn't infectious or quarantined, it didn't apply. It's ridiculous.
If he's watching at home, it's as bad as using cameras to steal signs in baseball. The only visual information he should have during a game is what he can see with his own eyes.