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Do you think there will be college football this year?

Do you think there will be college football this year?

I think so

8

I don't think so

14

I think so

8 Comments
regan zeller
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regan zeller

I think the true numbers will come out and this sham will be put to rest.

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Steve “S85” T
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Steve “S85” T

Nothing like the biggest over reaction in world history.

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

The Scamdemic won't be over but there's too much money to be lost. They'll find a way to make it happen even if there are no fans and required tests for all athletes and personnel every week.

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Tom Nelsen
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Tom Nelsen

We need to start living life again. Can't stay shutdown forever.

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Dustin Koppit
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Dustin Koppit

With the amount of money at stake and with the power that donors have, there is no way we won't have any games...

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Ward Larson
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Ward Larson

The future of college football hinges on the continued revenue from TV. It may be too early to squeeze 85,000 fans into Memorial Stadium, but with proper and continuous monitoring of every player,

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Rick Shaneyfelt
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Rick Shaneyfelt

It will not be a "normal" season but I do think they will figure out a way to salvage a part of the season - most likely without fans (ugh!) but at least they will generate TV revenue.

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I don't think so

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RΞV
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RΞV

It's an election year. The overreach is insane & they'll disrupt any & all things to 'get Trump'...

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Dave Cool
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Dave Cool

It's a SCAM-demic, the NCAA is as corrupt as the WHO, its all fake...sheeple wear your mask

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Doug Norman
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Doug Norman

All it will take to discontinue season is a few ppl getting sick and dying from Covid. That'll be enough to end the season most likely.

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Jim Christensen
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Jim Christensen

We either have to be able to assure ourselves that everyone in the stadium is free of the virus, which requires testing and tracking, or we need a vaccine. Neither of these options seems likely.

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Randy Wolf
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Randy Wolf

The risk is too high for college students. If one player gets the virus, they all get it. That is just the way it is in college. The NCAA may love money but they are scared to death of angry parents.

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

Too many jurisdiction to agree on a common directed health protocol. If a handful of states say no football everyone's schedules fall apart. Some teams play 10 games, while another plays 5???

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Michael Sanches
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Michael Sanches

No open campus because of the dorms. Lincoln doesn't have enough housing to replace dorms. No dorms because of Dining halls and communal bathrooms. Therefore, no sports.

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Kelly Merkert
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Kelly Merkert

The over-reactionary pansy academics will totally kill all fall sports. We'll be lucky to get baseball back next February.

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Bob Dickson
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Bob Dickson

The knuckle draggers that believe the world is out to get Trump will be the reason there will be no football. They are afraid of everything and will react accordingly if he loses in Nov.

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Matthew Hoffman
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Matthew Hoffman

Because of the president

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jerry williams
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jerry williams

It is really dependent upon a second wave and since Trump is not pushing for mandatory caution using masks and social distancing I fear we will be in midst of second or third wave.

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Were you surprised by the timeline shift of the Memorial Stadium renovation?

Were you surprised by the timeline shift of the Memorial Stadium renovation?

Yes

4

No

2

Yes

4 Comments
Joe Nigro
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Joe Nigro

Once again, the south stadium gets short changed.

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The ANTI Trump
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The ANTI Trump

Thought it was a done deal.

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Loren Zimmerman
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Loren Zimmerman

Far too expensive. Special seating for the rich is not fair to the majority of season ticket holders.

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Fred
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Fred

who wants to pay for tickets and sit in the south endzone? Not me! ill just watch on tv. And lets be honest the sellout streak will end if we dont start winning.

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No

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John Connor
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John Connor

I think it is good to slow down the project and wait until we starting wiinning as then demand will significantly increase. Also wait until the economy is doing better and interest costs decrease. To me it is being good financial stewards of the Atheltic Department finances. Phases are good.

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Steven Benscoter
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Steven Benscoter

because I thought that this may not be a good time to be spending that much, when we haven't even finished the last project. I think our AD will have to be able to read the money people, and the times. I thought that Trev A couldn't live with that.

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Do you support a direct compensation model for college athletes?

Do you support a direct compensation model for college athletes?

Yes

4

No

6

Yes

4 Comments
Jacob Moseman
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Jacob Moseman

Compensation has always been tied to market value. These athletes are worth far more than they're being compensated, and that's been the case for over a century. Hence, they've been ripped off. I support salary, salary cap, and education on how to invest it in 401k style accounts.

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Visitor
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Visitor

Much more controllable, and much more equitable.

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Fred
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Fred

its the law................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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Loren Zimmerman
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Loren Zimmerman

It has to fair across the board, from Fordham to Alabama. one monthly stipend for everyone, not just scholarship players. There has to be a limit on how many players all schools should abide by. Determine the national budget and every school must contribute.

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No

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Doug Einsel
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Doug Einsel

Everyone who already commented believes in the same thing I do.

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Chuck Siegel
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Chuck Siegel

Compensation changes the entire dynamic of college athletics, and not in a positive way.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

They should be students and NOT professional athletes. If they want to get paid they can go pro. Personally, I believe they should cancel all sports in public schools and colleges though I love our Huskers.

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Don Scott
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Don Scott

Put myself through school in the 70's. They are getting for exchange of their athletic prowess what I had to work and save for. The two summers after high school I drove alfalfa trucks 12 hours a day 7 days a week. EARN IT!

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

They already live better than most students. Free room and board, tutors, clothing, and actual education cost.

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Dan List
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Dan List

They are compensated with room and board plus an education. The perks they get as athletes now are unbelievable!!!

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