When the coronavirus pandemic shut down American sports in March, college football had the benefit of time. The season doesn’t start until about Labor Day, and many schools optimistically forged ahead as if their game days would be business as usual.

But today, the season is just two months away. The virus is surging strongly, especially in places, like the South, where college football is king. University administrators are coming to grips with an unhappy reality: the biggest stadiums in the U.S. are going to look pretty…

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