The better late than never edition.
Wyoming AD Tom Burman says that capacity at football games will be way less than maximum capacity. Wyoming expects maximum attendance to be 20-35% of capacity at football games this fall. Of course, this is all contingent upon th MW actually having football games this season. Good news from Wyoming is that after widespread testing there have been no positive tests of COVID-19 among student athletes.
MW still deciding but here is how other conferences are going forward
Number of proposed games to be played by league:— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) August 4, 2020
C-USA 12 (8 conference)
Sun Belt 12 (8 conference)
ACC 11 (10 conference)
Big 12 10 (9 conference)
Big Ten 10 conference only
SEC 10 conference only
Pac-12 10 conference only
TBD: American, MAC, Mountain West, Independents
CSU tests athletes after positive cases of COVID-19
In light of recently discovered positive cases, Colorado State athletics conducted 150 COVID-19 tests today.— Eddie Herz (@Eddie_Herz) August 4, 2020
Players from football, volleyball, soccer and the cross country team received testing.
Press release notes that results should be available later this week. #CSURams
UNLV players head home to recharge
UNLV basketball has sent its players home for the summer.— Mike Grimala (@MikeGrimala) August 3, 2020
On-campus team workouts began two weeks ago, but T.J. Otzelberger decided to cut it short and allow players to spend the rest of the summer at home.
Not a COVID-related decision, but more about schedule uncertainty.