Uncle Lou is extra spicy today!

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Iam4utalways

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Weren’t there some that didn’t vote either way?
Seems like June 15th was a compromise from July 1st. The date Coach Fulmer 1st suggested. I’m glad he didn’t catch that. Uncle Lou would have really let us have it.

Someone needs to set up a poll to see how many want the season cancelled.

Edit: My bad. I’m not sure where I got July 1st. The source stated that the ban of athletes reporting to campus should be changed from May 31st to “indefinitely”.
 
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Seems like June 15th was a compromise from July 1st. The date Coach Fulmer 1st suggested. I’m glad he didn’t catch that. Uncle Lou would have really let us have it.

Someone needs to set up a poll to see how many want the season cancelled.
Hopefully the 2020 season rolls ahead no matter what:cool:
 
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I'll answer that last question. It is 0% lol.
You might be incorrect with that statement. I could see Vandy folks voting not to play this year. If I was a pathetic Vandy fan i would be glad to see the season cancelled. (THANK GOD I wasn't raised a Vandy fan). I could see them after a few years bragging about going undefeated in 2020.
 
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Fulmer wasn't wanting to cancel the season anyways, he just wanted to delay practice until June 15th.

I don't think delaying 14 days would make much of a difference. JMO though.
He originally said the delay should be indefinite, but then agreed to June 15. I agree with you that two weeks (Jun 1 to Jun 15) is not going to make a difference.
 
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