Pregame: Illinois vs Michigan, Friday, January 14th, 8:00pm CT, FS1

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altgeld88

Bethesda, Maryland
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Illinifan533

Normal, Illinois
May end up going but have questions about vax policy. If I got the Johnson and Johnson last April, is that still considered full vaccinated?
 
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May end up going but have questions about vax policy. If I got the Johnson and Johnson last April, is that still considered full vaccinated?
State Farm Center Entry Requirements

What does full vaccination mean?

As advised by the CDC, full vaccination means at least 14 days after your second dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (or other COVID-19 vaccinations recognized by WHO) or at least 14 days after your single dose of the Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine. According to the CDC, a booster is currently NOT required to be considered fully vaccinated.
 
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Our schedule the rest of the way is as tough as it gets, need to keep the train rolling with a W here leading into it.

Michigan still has a bunch of talent, and they will be motivated and fired up. Need to play good hard basketball and not turn it over 🟠🔵
 
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Our schedule the rest of the way is as tough as it gets, need to keep the train rolling with a W here leading into it.

Michigan still has a bunch of talent, and they will be motivated and fired up. Need to play good hard basketball and not turn it over 🟠🔵
Agreed. Let’s not forget that despite the slow start, Michigan is still #27 in Ken Pom. We have not beaten any teams of this caliber yet…
 
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Agreed. Let’s not forget that despite the slow start, Michigan is still #27 in Ken Pom. We have not beaten any teams of this caliber yet…

Agree. Though, from a Michigan hating fan's perspective, still amused that this is a Quad 2 game for us at this point given where they are in the NET! :D
 
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