A Sports Illustrated feature brings a haunting look to what a year without college football could mean to universities and athletic programs going forward

-The feature, written by Pat Forde and Ross Dellenger, writes that tons of things could change from a loss of partial season or whole season; such as, fewer games against Group of 5 teams to avoid big payouts for scheduled games; less long trips for games to avoid high plane travel fees; and concerns of how to keep smaller sports as part of universities

-LSU AD Scott Woodward told SI that football is 85% of the university’s athletic department revenue. 85%! If there is no football season or a partial season, that has disastrous effects.

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