POLL: Only 39.5% Of People Think The College Football Season Will Happen

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A majority of people don’t think the college football season will happen.

In a Twitter poll, I asked people if they thought we’d get a college football season during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Of the 1,510 voters, only 39.5% of people voted that the season will happen.

Not great, my friends! Not great at all. The results of this poll are a pretty good indication that people are starting to lose hope in the situation.

How can you blame people for not being optimistic? We already had the PAC-12, Big 10 and other conferences cancel their respective seasons.


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The Big 12, ACC and SEC are trying to hold out for as long as possible, but obviously, anything could change at any time.

Imagine telling somebody a year ago that more than 60% of people wouldn’t think football would happen in the fall.

You would have been called crazy! Now, it’s a growing feeling among people.


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For the sake of America, I hope like hell that football happens in the fall. If it doesn’t, then we’re going to be in a dark place.