I was watching the Rod Petersen Show and he mentioned would the CFL play in the US if the Federal and Provincial Gov'ts denied the league to play inside Canada like what had happened to the Blue Jays and Raptors. He brought up a good point.
Does the CFL have a contingency plan if the Canadian and Provincial Gov't says no to the CFL? The Federal Gov't said no to the league before. The Pandemic has mutated, the Federal Gov't hasn't secured enough vaccines to inoculate it's citizens by the timelines that it announced.
Is it too late to come up with a plan "B"? Is the CFL going to plow ahead with league play in their own stadiums like the NFL, NHL,NBA and MLB have done?
I suggest the CFL plays games in San Antonio, Texas if the Federal and Provincial Gov'ts denies the league to play inside the country if stadium capacity has changed to mitigate losses for ths league. San Antonio has hosted the AAF and The Spring League to play in it's city.
The Alamodome has a COVID capacity of 11,200 spectators at the moment. That figure is already greater than what Provincial Gov't guidelines suggest. The Alamodome has a COVID attendance plan in place for it's college football team, The stadium can accommodate a CFL sized field. Play regular season games by Labor Day and move the playoffs and the Grey Cup back to Canada, with the hope that COVID cases have decreased.
Thought or suggestions People