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NBC Sports 22 May 2020

Notre Dame starting early, stadiums without fans, recruiting changes


(1:20) — The return of on-campus activities will be "voluntary"
(4:20) — Notre Dame announces they'll be back two weeks early
(7:00) — Will fans be allowed in stadiums with their "Quarantine Crew"
(11:10) — Why schools with smaller stadiums will have a tougher time fitting fans in
(15:30) — If the college football season gets pushed to the spring, will the stars bother playing?
(21:10) — Permanent changes to student life, budgets, and recruiting are likely
(32:35) - Grads still experiencing great commencement moments despite the strange times

Ahmed Fareed, Jac Collinsworth and Corey Robinson discuss how college sports are slowly putting together a plan to return, but major changes are on the way due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jeff Passan joins Get Up to discuss MLB's potential plan to have all 30 teams play in Arizona stadiums without fans.
#GetUp #MLB
Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Ryan Clark debate if college football will be able to proceed without fans.
#FirstTake #CollegeFootball
Notre Dame Football head coach Brian Kelly joins Mike Tirico to discuss the impact coronavirus has on college football and when the season could begin in 2020. #BrianKelly #LunchTalkLive
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day joins Get Up and discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the Buckeyes' spring game, the possibility of playing the college football season without fans and DE Chase Young and CB Jeff Okudah being top prospects ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft.
#GetUp #CollegeFootball


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