Previously on BotC...
We continue our roundtable feature on the players from other Big 12 teams we don’t quite hate. This week, the Longhorns gets some not-hate from our staff.
Since today’s Slate is later than usual, you’re going to have to make do with these links. I know you’re crushed to be missing my sharp commentary.
— Kansas State president Richard Myers offered his thoughts on the upcoming fall semester in a letter to the university community this week. President Myers believes the school will resume on-campus operations in the fall, but it may not be business-as-usual either (K-State Today)
— Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby, who has been mostly skeptical about the return of college football in the fall, did a volte-face this week, noting that football is likely to return “close to on time.,” but also fearing that coronavirus will surge back later in the fall (Joe Brocato, WV MetroNews)
— Elsewhere however, the answer to the question of college football’s return remains somewhat murky. (Dan Wolken, USA Today). SEC commissioner Greg Sankey says that games in his league will go forward if teams are ready, even if teams from other conferences choose not to play (Scott Rabalais, Baton Rouge Advocate). Meanwhile, at least two Pac-12 teams may not play at all, following an announcement from Oregon governor that large gatherings will be banned through at least September (Jamie Hale, The Oregonian).
— Former Wildcat Trey Dishon signed as an undrafted free agent with the Cincinnati Bengals recently, and still has hopes to make the 53-man roster. But if that doesn’t work out, he’s happy to join the family business, the Dishon-Maple-Chaney mortuary in his hometown of Horton, Kansas (Tyler Dragon, Cincinnati Enquirer).
— In non-football news, the rowing team just won a boatload of academic honors, as 27 Wildcat rowers made the Academic All-Big 12 Academic team, with 24 of them winning first team honors.
We already have a commenter dedicated to sharing daily COVID19 lockdown beverage options. But I’m much more about sugar than alcohol. So, tell me, what’s your favorite dessert? Have you had any of it in the last few weeks? If no, what’s a good alternative?
(Recipes should be shared, obviously).