Despite the COVID-19 pandemic threatening to take the sport away, college football came and went this fall and, for the most part, did so without a hitch. Once the schedules were altered and the plan was set in motion for how to play safely, the games were played. But there was one thing that just wasn’t the same.
The risk of having full stadiums in 2020 was too big for schools to feel comfortable playing through and so attendance at games was either limited or eliminated altogether. And while it might have been leaning on the safe side