Will see the Michigan football team play this fall or any team? That’s the million dollar question, and will there be fans to enjoy it?
Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh said on ESPN’s Get Up that games should proceed in his mind without fans jam-packing the college cathedrals that diehards flock to in droves. He continues his outspoken stance during this difficult offseason for the most popular stage in this country to go on again.
To add to that, June is approaching and college athletes are scheduled to head back to campus to somehow get focused on the upcoming campaign.
In a mere two months camps are supposed to signal the arrival of a new hope for every school that buckles their chinstraps. No spring ball brings up the argument to move the timetable of preparations for the year to sometime earlier in July depending upon how the NCAA handles those unique conditions. It is truly a life or death decision that was made on Wednesday that it can reopen on June 1, but the important guidelines are yet to be worked out.
Countless precautions will predictably have to be taken into effect for a complete schedule to succeed all over the United States.
The likelihood of a Michigan football opener in Seattle is gaining traction of being in jeopardy with how the Pac-12 is deciding to manage the ebb and flow of the events. Fortunately states are slowly making efforts to regain any kind of normalcy, which signifies an eagerness of another autumn to begin on time.
So should football be played with or without fans, here’s a look at each argument.