Plan D for the Kentucky Football Schedule – A Season Bubble
If it comes down to Plan D for Kentucky football, then we think it will be awesome. Details are starting to filter out, of closed door meetings, of the University of Kentucky’s athletic department executive team. The brainstorming session had many alternate plans, but plan D looks to be the most exciting. Due to COVID in Kentucky, concerns everyone is trying to figure out how to make the games happen, for the Kentucky Football schedule this year. Here is what we know so far:
To create the Island recycled plastic and cardboard would be used.
The team would stay, practice, play, and study on the Island
Island Code name is F-U Island, which stands for Football and University Island. Our source says “they are still student athletes!!”
Coaches and any media wishing to cover the team would also stay on the Island.
RJ Corman company would provide transportation to any team traveling to Kentucky.
Once in the Island bubble you can not leave and come back on the Island, you have to stay for the entire Kentucky football schedule. Just like Survivor
Details of the Lodging are slick
See the first pictures of what the dorms will look like. Treehouses will be used to cut down on risk of COVID in Kentucky spreading. As we have been told ultra-violet light and sunlight kills the virus. And trees are closer to the sun than the ground! Which means less Corona Virus.
Media and Coaching Staff will also have an area to retreat to and enjoy some downtime. Mask will be required at all times and treehomes will be at least 6 feet apart.