Stanford Cardinal Athletic Director Bernard Muir shared his concerns as the Stanford Athletic Department has already cut 11 programs and are looking at more than a $12 million deficit for the Stanford Athletics 2021 season (photo from sfgate.com)
On Headline Podcast with Morris:
#1 The Pac 12 took the Big 10’s lead and have scheduled only conference games only. The decision is not only for the football program but it extends to other college sports as well.
#2 Cal reported that 47 new cases of Cornoavirus has spread these cases were confirmed just last week when the Cal Greek Club met and reported that they were infected. Which confirms that classes won’t be held on campus this fall.
#3 At the beginning of the crisis back in March there were 23 reported cases of Covid-19 on the Cal campus but since the re-opening at the end of last May these 47 new cases and the spiking of the epidemic have the Cal campus scrambling not to have classes at the campus.
#4 Last week Stanford canceled 11 athletic programs and as SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey stated he highly doubts their will be a football season in the SEC and that extends to the Pac 12.
#5 Not only is Stanford cutting sports programs they reported that their starting to have budget problems. Stanford Athletic Director Bernard Muir shared his concerns stating that even before the pandemic Stanford was looking at a $12 million projected deficit for 2021.
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