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SB Nation Reacts: Opinions on Bubbles, The Desire for Spring, and Bad Breakups

Another week of fan votes are in, and here are the results.

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If breaking up isn’t hard to do, why did Pelini come back for 2014?
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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Nebraska Cornhuskers fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

The hap-hazard conference decisions across the country on how to handle sports seasons in the wake of continuing COVID-19 outbreaks has left many to wonder what the point of the NCAA is in football. Will the Power 5 conferences make a full breakup official in what is already an awkward joint-custody, semi-relationship of the CFP and bowl pairings combined with NCAA oversight?

Neil Sedaka tells us that “breaking up is hard to do.” Well, if voters’s minds reflect those of the Power 5 conference commissioners, then their patient sufferance has not quite endured enough insufferable evils to compel them to demand a separation just yet.

What about basketball season? Will there be a “college bubble?” Is that even possible? Can “Sandy” Cheeks really keep her own bubble under the sea oxygenated with merely a yard of grass and a single tree in the center?! No word on the favorite squirrel turned ocean bottom-dweller, but fans are extremely skeptical of a NCAA hoops bubble coming to fruition.

What about a spring football season, in particular one that would impact how many games can be played in a fall 2021 season? Again, fans say “NO!” with quite the emphasis.

To vote in the Reacts surveys and have your voice heard each week, sign up here.