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As the Coronavirus pandemic has raged on across the world, almost all sports have announced the suspension or cancelation of many high-profile events. 

While the world mourns and searches for answers, it is better to look to the future and the eventual light at the end of the tunnel.

That light very well may be the month of November.

Augusta National Golf Club, home of golf’s greatest major, has already announced that the 2020 Masters Tournament will be moved to the weekend of November 12-15.

Major League Baseball has also internally discussed the possibility of playing games through the month of November in warm-weather cities or domed stadiums.

Add this on top of a month where the NFL and Major Soccer Leagues are progressing through the middle of the regular season, college football approaching bowl games and the CFP, and college hoops entering conference play.

Don’t forget other sports like the UFC, who will be putting on a show every weekend.

And of course, the NBA and NHL will also be in the midst of their new seasons as well.

Put them together and you have a perfect storm brewing.

The month of November could be a sports fans dream, barring any unforeseen circumstances related to COVID-19. But for now, it looks as if we are in for a show as the year winds down, and the current struggles and inconveniences will have all been worth it.

The world will eventually return to normalcy, but for now, we must wait with optimism.