Via The Athletic:

The million-, or more likely, billion-dollar question that is coming up in my conversations with football coaches is, if the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t ease up very soon, what could that mean for the 2020 college football season? Obviously, the health implications related to that are paramount, but there’s also the issue of the financial ramifications tied to what having — or not having — a season this fall could mean to college athletics.

One of the things I’ve heard kicked around in talking to a few coaches as well as one administrator is about potentially hoping to play the season in spring 2021. One coach pointed out that schools might have to cut a bunch of sports because of the lost football money and the Title IX impact, so at a school you’d have football, MBB and WBB and then four sports or so for women to offset football.

Let’s hope the football season isn’t canceled too.  We can manage, barely, without March Madness, but no football might cause a collapse of society as we know it.

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