We've seen the NBA resume play safely in the bubble, same with the NHL, However, the MLB--which opted to not go through with the bubble--has had its fair share of hiccups.
And we're all still awaiting news from the NFL about how the season could be played safely.
But right now, many are looking at college football conferences to see what they plan to do with their seasons.
On Monday, Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger and Pat Forde reported on the conferences and what they've heard.
"A potential shutdown of college football evoked an outpouring of support Monday for playing a 2020 season, from the President of the United States to the head coach at Ohio State, sending a divided sport’s nation into what could be a Tuesday of cataclysmic conference decisions," wrote Dellenger and Forde. "Adhering to its fractured nature, the NCAA’s richest five conferences formed factions over the idea of playing a season this fall or not, splitting off into warring parties: the Pac-12 and Big Ten are expected to cancel or postpone their seasons; the SEC and ACC would like to play; and the Big 12 is “really split,” according to multiple sources. A divided conference sitting between other divided conferences is a fitting metaphor for the entire sport."
And there are multiple reports that the Big Ten has canceled its fall football season.
So, what does Cramer think about this and what does this mean for Bull Market Fantasy?
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