ncaa probably doesn’t want its bell cow (March madness) competing against its other top product.So this article says that some are pushing for a spring schedule, but it could cause a monumental financial loss or something to that affect. Why would moving to spring cost anything, other than the competition among different sports? With the current and expected rise in medical cases, it seems that if we even begin to play this fall, the season will be cut short at some point. Spring is not for football, I get it. But assuming we have a vaccine by winter, wouldn't a full season be the best solution?
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