Greeson: Of course the SEC continues to win during college football's fight against the coronavirus

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Not sure many of us are surprised, but the Big Ten and the Pac-12 made Tuesday the worst day in college football history – and potentially the last day of college football as we knew it.

The Big Ten and the Pac-12 announced that they will aim for a spring football season, which is hard to envision in almost any circumstance.

I'm tired of using this phrase, but it seems appropriate when discussing this: There are no right answers, there are only the best bad options because the risks and the unknown are real and changing.

But as bad as the pandemic is - and it's historically bad - the lack of bold leadership in so many areas makes it worse.

The hypocrisy of the Big Ten - which is allowing teams to practice and still plans on having on-campus learning - is staggering.