Spring college football due to coronavirus could be ‘financially devastating’: Lou Holtz
College Football Hall of Fame Coach Lou Holtz discusses the impact of coronavirus on college football.
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The University of Michigan won't have a football season this fall unless all students are able to be back on campus for classes. And, according to President Mark Schlissel, that isn't a sure thing.
Dr. Schlissel, an immunologist by training, said he expects to make a call in the coming weeks on what the new school year will look like for the prestigious public university, which has about 46,000 undergraduate and graduate students and a football program that is a perennial powerhouse.
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"Any decision we make for this coming fall is likely going to be the case for the whole academic year. What's going to be different in January?" he said, noting public health concerns could be even worse then as flu season ramps up during the cold-weather months.