The big news during Monday night’s Clay vs. Karen war of words was the fact that Dan Wolken was laying in the weeds ready to strike with his fear fangs. Clay and Karen came out of their corners firing away and then Wolken tried to jump into the mix, which has been rare during this ongoing feud. Not that Dan joining Team Karen should come as a surprise.
Incoming Indiana freshman football player Brady Feeney is now the official battleground for the coronabros who believe there’s no way college football can go on after Brady’s mom wrote a plea on Facebook. According to Brady, who jumped on Twitter after Rovell’s post took off, the plea is to wear masks and to stay safe. “My mom’s post was a plea from her heart asking for everyone to wear masks and I sure hope our story has triggered a response of willingness to help do what is necessary to stay safe and keep others safe!”
Boy, you really showed that college kid who was boss, Karen. Coronabros gonna coronabro, y’all. https://t.co/2QKiJbQiF9
I’ve been saying for months many athletes will get the virus, Karen. And that the vast, vast majority of them will be asymptomatic or mildly ill at worst. If you’re under 24 years old you’re more likely to be struck by lightning — or die of the flu — than die of the coronavirus.
So zero for both. Now do the flu. And car accidents. And murders. All are incredibly rare yet far more likely to kill people under 24 years old than the coronavirus. Again, if you never want to leave your house again fine. Rest of us have to get back to work & school & sports. https://t.co/ks7PVzn5Ur
And when there’s lightning in the vicinity of a football game, they make everyone go inside because it’s too dangerous to play
— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) August 4, 2020
It’s flat out amazing how people in sports media who make their living writing and talking about sports have thrown up obstacle after obstacle to sports returning for months. I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s like these guys are trying to lose their jobs.