CHICAGO – Time will tell just how many college athletic teams will be able to play this fall, since there is still no end in sight to the COVID-19 pandemic.
That’s a prospect that has already forced some schools to cut athletic programs or begin to consider such moves since a potential revenue loss could cause major problems for budgets. Some colleges and universities are still deciding if students will attend in-person classes in the fall let alone play sports.
Josh Frydman talked with a few people looking at the prospects for athletic departments along with a smaller school that could be in a better position for the 2020-2021 academic years.
You can watch his story in the video above.