Boston University’s basketball team came out the locker room today ready to play, and apparently to socially distance. That’s right, they played today’s game vs. Holy Cross with their masks on.
It’s probably tough to catch a breather with a piece of cloth over your pie hole, but logic isn’t exactly a priority these days.
Boston University players are wearing masks during today’s game vs. Holy Cross.— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 4, 2021
The school will also require all opponents to wear masks during games on BU’s campus, per @GoodmanHoops pic.twitter.com/c9kSg3ycoS
Boston University is reportedly requiring their opponents to wear masks as well, presumably to protect their players. Really makes you wonder: who convinced these in-shape 20-year-olds that they were in danger when they took the court? We can assume that, like our national media does to us, their athletic directors pleaded for students to “protect others.” Such heroes.
Did they run a zone defense to keep themselves socially distanced from their opponents?
It’s obviously funny that pandering can go this far in athletics, but it’s also dangerous. What’s really happening here is school leadership is bending the knee to PC culture and virtue signaling, and unfortunately for us, our freedom is next. If they can force athletes to obey to these laughable regulations, what makes a 9-5 worker safe? Reality is that such workers and their freedoms aren’t safe.
We know that this “masked up” basketball game is a wet dream for the CoronaBros, but we should call these beta athletic directors what they truly are: