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University Of Oregon Intends To Be Open In The Fall, Is Another Positive Step For Football

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The University of Oregon intends on having students back on campus in the fall.

According to a Monday report from Brett McMurphy, university President Michael Schill announced that the intention is to be open in the fall with students back on campus. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Students returning is a major indication that the football season will happen as we continue to fight coronavirus.

You can now add Oregon to the list with Nebraska and Oklahoma as major college football programs that will have campuses open in the fall.

It’s one thing for a small school to say it’ll open its campus. A school with no power can do whatever they want and people won’t notice.

However, it’s a game-changer once a school like Oregon decides to open up.

 

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Oregon, Nebraska and Oklahoma are three of the most powerful football programs in America. If they’re going to get the ball rolling on the season happening by open up campuses, then we’re in solid shape.

We’ll have to wait to see what happens, but Oregon being the latest domino to fall is a great sign for football fans.

 

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Now, let’s keep doing our parts to help win this war. I truly believe if we stick to the game plan, we’re going to come out of this just fine.