WHAT GOES NEXT? With the Big 10 deciding to only play in conference opponents for the up coming season, where does this leave the rest of the country?
ON A BRIGHTER NOTE We were treated to a little blast from the past.
ℂ with Bret Meyer and Todd Blythe. Who remembers this dynamic duo? pic.twitter.com/zde1pH1zOb— Iowa State Athletics (@CycloneATH) July 9, 2020
ALWAYS READY Matt Campbell spoke about how his Cyclones will treat the upcoming season regardless of the continuous changes.
KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILY Iowa State adds the brother of Zach Peterson to the 2021 recruiting class.
Excited to announce my plans to attend Iowa State University to further my education & play football.#committed #chaingang4life @ISUMattCampbell @CoachRasheed pic.twitter.com/ZNWZkH58ln— Joey Petersen (@JoeyPetersen12) July 9, 2020
JOEL GONNA JOEL I have to assume this is only the beginning of the jokes that will happen during the NBA restart.
Joel Embiid has arrived for the flight to Orlando, in full mask, suit and glove gear. pic.twitter.com/Nz7hOtc69E— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) July 9, 2020
BUT WHY? In a move that doesn’t make a ton of sense the Big 10 has made a major change for all fall sports.
I MISS YOU SO MUCH SportsCenter had to remind us on what we all miss the most.
It's been seven years since the last NCAA Football game was released.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) July 9, 2020
This year's edition could have been epic. pic.twitter.com/x4n1YWGp0Q
Hot take: If EA brought back the NCAA Football series they would ruin it the same way the ruined Madden.
WHAT TO WATCH There are plenty of intriguing NBA teams and story lines going into the restart.