During Mike Bohn’s media tour, he mentioned Ohio State’s projection it could host 22,000-50,000 fans for football games depending on the guidelines at the time.
Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke also addressed the issue in an interview with the Arizona Daily Star.
“At this point, with the information we have, I don’t foresee the ability to open the full stadium to capacity,” Heeke said. “It would be significantly less than that. Numbers have ranged anywhere from 20 percent to 50 percent or 60 percent. I think it’s probably trending to the lower side.
“Nothing’s been finalized. But … it does seem to trend toward a limited-fan-engagement model, and certainly different protocols for entry into the stadium, for exiting out of the stadium.”
Heeke also mentioned gates that will be solely for entering or exiting the stadium.
- Former USC offensive lineman Clayton Bradley has transferred to UNLV.