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Sport California State University campuses to remain closed through fall semester, putting college football in jeopardy

02:45  13 may  2020
02:45  13 may  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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US colleges scrambled to react to the coronavirus pandemic. Now their very existence is in Residence halls technically will remain open for students who aren’t able to travel home easily as the At the University of California at San Diego, students who move before March 29 will get a full

“ College and university leaders are fully expecting significant, potentially unparalleled, declines in enrollment, both from students who do not come Many current students are dissatisfied with how the virus has changed the nature of college . To some, online classes and closed student centers, gyms

The California State University system made a major, stunning announcement Tuesday. It’s not good news for college football in the state.

a man wearing a suit and tie: College commissioners recently told Vice President Mike Pence there will be no games if students are not on campus. © Olivia Sun/The Register via Imagn Content Services, LLC College commissioners recently told Vice President Mike Pence there will be no games if students are not on campus.

CSU Chancellor Timothy White announced that all 23 state universities will not allow students on campus this fall. All classes — barring “some limited exceptions for in-person classroom activities that cannot be delivered virtually” — will be done virtually.

“This virtual planning approach for the next academic year is necessary because of the evolving data surrounding the progression of COVID 19,” White explained to CSU trustees, via ABC 7.

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The California State University Northridge campus in March. The system is the first large American university to tell students they will not be returning to campus in the fall . Most of the nation’s colleges and universities have gone out of their way to say they intend to reopen, but they are also making

Boston University has already canceled all "in-person summer activities" on its primary campus . But the school's coronavirus recovery plan includes protocols should officials deem it not safe to return in-person for the fall semester , and says classes would continue to be held remotely through the fall

This shocking news carries with it some big-time ramifications for college football in California.

Three Mountain West college football teams affected

San Jose State, San Diego State and Fresno State — three of the six teams in the Mountain West Conference West division — are all included in this announcement.

Following logic, if these schools aren’t allowing students to come into classrooms, it stands to reason their college football programs won’t be allowed to come back, either.

College commissioners recently told Vice President Mike Pence there will be no games if students are not on campus. So, it would seem there won’t be any football games being played by these schools.

This news comes on the heels of the news that Los Angeles County will likely extend its stay-at-home order through the end of July.

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The California Postsecondary Education Commission recommended earlier this month that the state abandon one of the cornerstones of its college and The system grew to include nine campuses of the University of California , which accepts the highest achievers among high school graduates; 19

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All of this is bad news for college football in the state of California this fall.

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