Isn't it coach's job to be worried about his health and family? If everyone worried about doing the right thing themselves rather than what others are doing, we would all be better off.Wow. Can't believe that most of he posts are more concerned about the impact on recruiting. Others that "we can't live our life in a bubble". No concern for the coach? No concern for his family? The current players? It's not called "high risk category" for nothing! What people seem to fail to comprehend is you don't only put yourself at risk but your family, friends and co-workers.
Yes. I didn't do a good job of expressing myself. It's your job to be concerned about you and yours, as it is mine to be about mine. As in, charity begins at home.Not my job, or yours, to see that they do. In many instances, what's right is a matter of perspective.