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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Summer of Uncertainty Edition

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The summer of uncertainty may lead to a fall of discontent, but there is still hope for the college football season.

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Good morning, ladies and gentlemen of the Big Blue Nation, and welcome to the Tuesday Morning Quickies.

Well, there’s not really much to talk about today from my perspective. The summer of our discontent continues, many people are still limiting their activities to the bare minimum to avoid either exposure, or in my case the pure inconvenience of dealing with the world the way it is right now. On the bright side, a lot of us are getting quite a bit of quality time with our families and taking care of things that have gone begging in favor of more pleasant priorities. I’ve managed to lose 22 pounds during this… whatever, while most of my friends are packing on more.

We still hope against hope that college football actually happens, although I doubt it will go off smoothly or even everywhere. Recent news is that SEC commissioner Greg Sankey is struggling to set a deadline for schools to make a decision to play or not. Confidence, at this point, is not terribly high, though hope still remains that some form of CFB season will happen.

Try to stay healthy, folks. No telling when things will get back to some semblance of normal, but it will happen eventually.

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