The TEN: 12/2/2020

(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)

1. CIF announced Tuesday that it does not expect updated youth sports guidelines from state officials until after January 1st at the earliest. All previously scheduled start of full practices in December have been put on hold. They also announced the cancellation of all regional and state championships for the fall season. 

2. College Football Playoff Rankings: 1. Alabama 2. Notre Dame 3. Clemson 4. Ohio State 5. Texas A&M.

3. Men’s College Basketball Rankings: 1. Gonzaga 2. Baylor 3. Iowa 4. Wisconsin 5. Illinois. 

4. The Pittsburgh Steelers-Baltimore Ravens game has been moved to Wednesday at 12:40 p.m. PT. 

5. The Lakers will host the Dallas Mavericks on Christmas Day. 

6. #8 Michigan State beat #6 Duke 75-69 Tuesday night. 

7. The Clippers waived center Joakim Noah possibly ending his 13-year NBA career.

8. The San Francisco 49ers will move their football operation to Phoenix, Arizona for the next three weeks in light of Santa Clara County’s restrictions on contact sports due to COVID-19. 

9. Former Dodgers manager and legend Tommy Lasorda remains hospitalized in Orange County but has been moved out of intensive care. 

10. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers turns 37 today.        

4 Comments to "The TEN: 12/2/2020"

  1. Truth's Gravatar Truth
    December 2, 2020 - 10:37 pm | Permalink

    Tank, collect your EDD check and food stamps and remember to stay in your mother’s basement until the new year. You are high risk and don’t know what the mid would do without your posts.

  2. SGV's Gravatar SGV
    December 2, 2020 - 3:19 pm | Permalink

    Most think tanks are saying at the earliest full high school attendance and sports in Ca. will be the fall of 2023. The country vaccinates about 50 million a year today. We need 400 million now with protocals of frozen vaccines giving in two doses, also with about 50% of the black population saying they will not take it for a variety of fears. To vaccinate all corners of the country without any setbacks will be daunting. Fauci said seeing sold out stadiums and arenas safely again may never happen in our lifetimes. What ever happens we are living in a new alternate existence and better get used to it instead of ignoring it.

  3. December 2, 2020 - 9:45 am | Permalink

    #1, looks like Truth and his 5 cats will be a little safer now. Whew that was close. Almost had some high school sports. Disaster avoided.

  4. NWO's Gravatar NWO
    December 2, 2020 - 9:44 am | Permalink

    I feel for these kids losing a season. I’ve coached youth and HS football, and know what kind of preparation goes into building a team. Disappointment is a big part of sports, but this one really hit hard.I was really looking forward to following the Ostry’s at RHS.

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