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Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by mkaufman1, Feb 13, 2020.
You lost me
I agree and try not to get too high or too low after each game. Then I hear that Tuesday was the first time our entire team (minus the 3 guys who are out for the season) has been available to practice since December, and I think maybe this group has been dealing with more than any of us knew.
I don’t expect this to change anyone’s mind. Just thought it was noteworthy.
I wonder if Mar was one of those who could not practice. Or is he talking about the walk-ons? Mar has played in games so who knows.
I want him fired this year but I understand people giving him one more year after beating VCU.
I would say you have to wait until end of the year. Everyone has major movement in their pants after this vcpoo win. Thus, blood flow is unbalanced.
He mentioned tendinitis specifically. Maybe Mar had tennis elbow? Who knows.
Calixte has been dealing with injuries since Cayman Classic, and Hartwell and AJ have been sick.
Would be nice to get an honest injury report from the coaching staff.
Isn't it still a thing, though, that if you are going to play injured players, you are not public about the extent of the injuries? Why help the other team game plan?
is this the only team you follow?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't there potentially privacy issues around this?
This is a good question. Do HIPPA guidelines apply here? I know pro teams always have an injury list but not sure how or if at all HIPPA applies here.
I think the pro teams have injury lists more because of gambling than HIPPA
Right, I'm thinking because they're college kids, HIPPA might PREVENT the school from releasing certain injury information..
"The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that allows states to legalize sports gambling has sparked a debate about requiring injury reports in college football, a sport that hasn’t had unified rules. NCAA leaders are analyzing whether it’s possible to have more medical transparency to prevent collusion and be more consistent among hundreds of teams balancing the rules of various universities, conferences and state and federal laws.
No formal plans have been proposed as legal experts and compliance officers analyze an issue that’s more complicated for college football than the NFL, which has a mandated reporting system. A similar system of regular in-depth reports in the NCAA would have the hurdle of privacy for younger athletes. New rules likely won’t come soon — the new season starts in three weeks and just four states have officially legalized sports gambling.
Privacy laws such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protect players against the release of personal information without the consent of players or their parents if the player is under 18. HIPAA protects medical records. FERPA protects educational records, along with medical records if treatment is given on behalf of a university.
At least some players and coaches want that privacy to stay in place."
I think some Mason fan made a deal with the devil in 2006 to be able to see Mason o the final 4 within his lifetime. In exchange we would eventually fall off the map to never be relevant again.
Well now the Devil is collecting. Our beloved program will never see the light of day again. AJ should not have been on the court after his ankle twist.
As soon as we show a slight hint of competitiveness, our next best player is renders useless from an injury. We will be forever cursed. I gotta find hobby or something. I can’t take this shit anymore
Curious to see if anybody changed their minds after loaing at home against GW.