If you haven’t heard, there’s been a revelation when it comes to having crowds at sporting events. Despite what many have predicted for some time now, a recent study discovered that having fans in the stands for NFL and college football games did not increase COVID cases.
In other words, football games were not superspreader events.
For some odd reason, this discovery is not getting enough coverage. This should be massive news, and yet it’s not. Don’t worry, though. OutKick’s fearless leader Clay Travis isn’t going to allow that information to get buried.
He covered it at some length on Monday’s edition of OutKick the Show. There’s also the tie-in with a lack of increased cases following the Super Bowl, despite the fact that many predicted the game — and its surrounding festivities — would also be superspreader events.
We’re now two weeks removed from that game, and it looks like those predictions were once again wrong. Shocker.
Clay also covers a lot of other interesting topics.
He strongly believes the MLB should be playing games at full capacity, but that wasn’t all either. He covers Deshaun Watson, the U.S. women’s soccer team growing tired of kneeling, Cam Newton being taunted, and a whole lot more.
It’s definitely worth checking out below.
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— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) February 22, 2021
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