As the number of Covid-19 cases climbs, we continue to see the effect the virus is having on our country. With the Big 10 and Pac-12 postponing their fall season, many in the college football world are frustrated.
Aside from the financial strains not playing a season has- Several coaches, sports psychologists, and administrators spoke to Sports Illustrated about the ramifications to players without a season.
One psychologist said that so much of an athlete's identity is tied up in their sport. The NCAA did approve a proposal to grant teams not playing in the fall 12 hours of football activities per week, so could this help?
Sports Illustrated host Kaitlin O'Toole is joined by SI's national writer Ross Dellenger for insight.
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