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Nonetheless, there are hopes that 33,000-plus people will congest Mosaic Stadium on Nov. 22, and that social distancing will be but a memory during the final few months of this wretched year, 2020.
There are, of course, issues of infinitely greater magnitude than whether Canadian professional football can be played this year.
Lives and livelihoods are at stake.
Nothing can really return to normal, whatever that is, until someone develops a desperately needed vaccine en route to collecting his or her Nobel — or Noble, in the words of the most ignoble Donald J. Trump — Prize.
At this point, the big question about Fajardo does not pertain to whether he can reprise his brilliance of 2019 and lead the Green and White to the franchise’s fifth CFL title.