CFB Needs Fans, Will They Get That Chance?

The Morning Show w/ John & Hugh
May 21, 2020 - 10:20 am
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Ohio State Athletic Director Gene Smith came out on Wednesday and spoke about having a limited number of fans attending games when College Football starts back up.

The possibility of fans being at games does excite John Fricke and Hugh Douglas, but they still have some questions beyond the health apsect of it all.

"22,00 fans in the Horseshoe is going to look empty but it's not, at least they'll be making some noise," says John Fricke.

Hugh Douglas is concerned about what type of fans would be in the stadium.

"Who gets to go to the games, 22,000 students, boosters, who is chosen to be allowed to go?"

Hugh brings up a great point, 22,000 students would certainly provide the most noise and best possible atmosphere, but 22,000 boosters would bring in the most revenue.

This is a question that Ohio State and all the major college football programs that will allow a small percentage of attendees will have to answer. 

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