Gavin Newsom: Nothing Is Stopping the Pac-12

After the Big Ten announced a return to play, California governor Gavin Newsom said this afternoon that nothing is stopping the Pac-12 from doing the same:

As Jon Wilner writes in the Mercury News, “Newsom said the facts have been misrepresented. However, state guidelines clearly prevent players from gathering in cohorts larger than 12, which makes football difficult.”

An inconvenient truth.

Pac-12 schools in California include USC, Cal, Stanford, and UCLA.

Game on?

Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.


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    • No joke. But take heart, they are permit meet if they simply meet in a tent, 6 feet apart at all times, no shaking hands, no hugging, no singing, take everyone’s temp who comes in, preregister every attendee beforehand, allow spaces between each parking spot, deploy people who constantly monitor and enforce protocols, only allow 1 person in a restroom at a time, and just a few dozen other protocols. If they abide by all those perfectly, then they can occasionally meet to praise Newsom…err…I mean God..

  1. The biggest problem in America today is LYING. Suddenly people have no shame, no moral sensitivity, no fear of God to tell the unvarnished truth. We have a liar problem, and liars should not be tolerated by voters. You can’t be a civilized society and not punish liars.

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