Document Type

Research Paper

Publication Date

Fall 11-12-2020


College Football has been around since 1869, and while it has faced many hardships, this may be the toughest test. With the arrival of the fatal coronavirus, the NCAA, along with the many colleges must find a way to have a safe college football season. Although, it can be argued that having a college football season is not worth risking the lives of many. The NCAA’s plan to go through with a season has strict protocols and guidelines that all teams must abide by, but many players and team members do not feel safe with these guidelines. With the use of data and research, there is a clear change within the college football and how this virus is affecting it. The NCAA, along with the schools need to develop a solution to prevent the spread of the virus. Possible solutions may be the use of contact tracers and a bubble for divisions.

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