Texas Tech Will Cap Football Stadium Capacity At 25% During The 2020 Season

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Texas Tech will restrict stadium capacity during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Brett McMurphy, capacity at Jones AT&T Stadium during the coronavirus pandemic will be capped at 25%. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The Red Raiders are the latest football team to restrict capacity.

I love how we’re still playing this game. It’s very cute that we’re still sitting here pretending like even 25% is possible.

Look, I respect the hell out of every college football program that is trying to put fans in the stands. I really do.

I respect that they want drunk and passionate football fans going crazy during games. Unlike the cowards in the Big 10, the guys in the Big 12 are at least trying.


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However, let’s stop the charade. Fans are almost certainly not coming to games, and they’re not coming at 25%.

That’s an absurd amount of people to put into a stadium during a time when social distancing is mandated.


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I would love to be proven wrong, and I hope that I am. I just don’t see it happening anytime soon.