Coronavirus doomsayers slammed college football for moving ahead with the season, with one “expert” even claiming that up to seven would die by the end of the season.
However, the reality is the season ended without even one coronavirus death.
University of Illinois computer science professor Dr. Sheldon Jacobson was one of those coronavirus scolds who rang the alarm bells the loudest with his prediction that up to seven people would die from the virus if college football continued.
“I guarantee someone is going to die,” Jacobson told CBS Sports in June.
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Jacobson also predicted many more would end up hospitalized thanks to the decision to keep playing.
“A few of them could end up in the hospital, and you’ll have a small number who could die,” Jacobson exclaimed. “I don’t want to sugar coat it for you. I just want to give you the facts. … If everybody comes