This is the crux of where I'm coming from at the moment. We're not going to know 100% what the true risk level is until the after action report but at a certain point there is too much accumulated risk factors for the schools to compete. The "#WeWantToPlay" crowd has gotten a lot of press because it serves larger interests in the country but we also do not know how many are willing to play if they have to sign a carte blanche waiver to the university in the process. I tend to think that is why the Big Ten and Pac-12 have gotten spooked because there seem to be a serious player interest, at least within their two conferences specifically, that isn't "I'll play no matter what."But everyone wants answers NOW when that simply isn't possible. The only information that can be used to make a decision in the near future is the evidence that is available and not the evidence we want. NO decision will be perfect. The decisions must be made on current evidence with an understanding of the inherent limitations of that evidence and the questions those limitations inevitably invoke.