Notre Dame AD weighs in on whether or not CFB season should have fans in the stands
As the debate goes on about whether we’ll have a 2020 college football season and what the year will look like if we do, many people around the sport are weighing in.
On Monday, Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick joined “The Paul Finebaum Show” and weighed in on whether or not fans should be allowed in the stands.
Swarbrick said he’s on board with having the season start without fans, but said fans are too important to college football to play an entire year without them in the stands:
Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick said he does not want to see a college football season played without fans. "Potentially, I could see it starting that way, but I don’t think you could end the season that way. Fans are too central to the experience.”
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) April 6, 2020
At this point, most people would settle for having football in any form, fans or no fans. However, it is still a bit early to make a call one way or the other.
We’ll see what happens over the next few weeks and months.