Rumors are swirling that high-school football could once again be on this fall, now that the Michigan High School Athletic Association has said they’ll follow other states’ examples if Gov. Gretchen Whitmer amends an executive order. Plus, President Trump said he spoke with the B1G commissioner about “immediately” starting the fall football season, because a) of course he did and b) there’s nothing else really going on right now that’s worthy of the attention of the president of the United States.
Also, gyms and movie theaters are rumored to get a reprieve and could reopen, though state health officials are staying mum on the topic. All this as COVID-19 cases plateau, “motoring along at a level of suck” in Michigan, as Jer put it.
Also on today’s show:
- Ford may be getting ready to cut 1,000 North American white-collar jobs
- Ford and GM are officially out of the coronavirus ventilator manufacturing game
- We discuss Michigan’s chances of getting a stake in the U.S. Space Force game
- And Jer speaks with Jeremy Yagoda, owner of Marvin’s Marvelous Mechanical Museum in Farmington Hills, about their GoFundMe effort to survive the pandemic