Some interesting stuff here. (At least to me)
1. Will players be tested weekly for the virus?
2. Will players be not allowed to play who test positive? How long?
3. Will results of this testing be published in advance or will teams reveal it only at kickoff?
4. How many must test positive to suspend or cancel a game?
5. What if most of coaching staff test positive?
6. How will a cancelled game be counted? Forfeit?
7. Let's say Bama and Clemson are only able to play 9-10 games due to opposing teams cancelling. Are they out of playoffs if others are 12-0, 11-1?
NOW IT GETS REAL INTRESTING!
South Korean research is showing those who were infected and recovered have anti-bodies and when they test positive again it is found they have only dead virus or virus particles and are not in danger of re-infection OR INFECTING OTHERS.
Players who have or will be exposed to the virus and develop antibodies should be able to play all season if this study is confirmed, and I think it will be.
Wouldn't it be interesting if players intentionally expose themselves now to gain these antibodies even though risk is involved.
Five Bama players have tested positive. Okla St has one, sure there are many more.
So, will there be a list of players with antibodies? Teams with most antibodies will be easier to predict.