In a normal year, Labor Day Weekend marks the full-fledged return of college football. In a normal year, Saturday would have marked the debut of MSU’s 25th head football coach: Mel Tucker. Instead, college football limps along in a bizarre state of flux. While some schools plan to press on, full speed ahead, others stop and start and stop again. The Big Ten might play in January, or November, or October, or not at all.
In this unprecedented situation, I thought that it would be fun to imagine another world, in a parallel universe, where COVID-19 does not exist.