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Unless there’s an epic spike in coronavirus deaths over the summer, South Carolina public schools will reopen this fall. Nobody’s exactly sure what that will look like yet, but one thing’s for certain: Parents won’t be happy, and a good number of them will blame their local school board.

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The coronavirus dashed almost all of South Carolina's spring practice schedule and Collin Hill has been recovering from knee surgery after transferring from Colorado State, where he played quarterback for new Gamecocks offensive coordinator Mike Bobo. That combination might give Hill the edge in USC's three-man quarterback battle.

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In looking back at some of the topics I’ve discussed with you these last few weeks, the last non-coronavirus column that was written was March 1. Since then, it’s been a steady diet of dealing with change, learning to stay in place and counting our blessings. 

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We get it. Whatever your politics, everyone is ready for this to be over. It’s annoying, distressing and depressing. Most folks, however, would rather play it cautious when the downside is potentially an even longer period of sequestering down the road. Not to mention, you know, more deaths.

Nothing about this Easter Sunday will feel familiar to most of us. Families won’t pose for photos as they leave churches in their new spring dresses and sports coats. Restaurants won’t require reservations for large groups to graze on the buffet. And children will be forced to look for hidde…

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