Oregon and Washington State have said they intend to have students on campus in the fall.
What happens if those schools follow that plan, but schools like USC and UCLA decide to teach online? Will they allow football to have training camp and practice without in-person classes?
The answer right now is this kind of stuff will be decided at a later date. I suspect USC would be reluctant to practice without students on campus. But I bet some SEC schools would have no problems doing it.
Larry Scott said he didn’t think football would take place if campuses are not open. He might change his tune if some Pac-12 schools decided to try it.
- Kansas coaches Les Miles and Bill Self have taken 10 percent pay cuts. Clay Helton made another video.
- It’s not exactly difficult for players from a marquee program to sign as free agents. So it’s surprising neither offensive tackle Drew Richmond nor defensive end Christian Rector latched on to a team after the draft.