The seventh full week of the spring football season wasn't the most stirring. We still saw our share of thrillers -- ETSU and Austin Peay ended VMI's and Murray State's unbeaten runs, respectively. The Citadel came back to upset Wofford and Weber State pulled off its weekly survive-by-the-skin-of-your-teeth routine, etc. Of 28 games played, 14 were still decided by one score. Hard to complain about that.
With postponements and opt-outs associated with coronavirus testing adding up and with so many top teams watching from the sidelines, a sense of foreboding fills the air. Are we going to make it to the finish line and through a four-week, 16-team playoff, with all the right teams seeing the field?