The prognosis is grim. When asked whether they believe football will occur this fall in some form or another, be cancelled altogether for the upcoming academic year, or at the least be moved to spring, a whopping 66-percent of SB Nation voters chose cancelled or delayed to spring.
While combined a majority of voters believe that the season will be delayed or cancelled altogether, almost 30 percent still believe that there will be a conference-only season. Despite voting beginning after the Big Ten had already announced a conference only season, around five percent of voters still seemed to accept the notion of a regional schedule being worked out.
The largest block of votes by fans have them set on a delayed start for basketball. After that, fans almost as equally percentage-wise accept the notion that all non-conference games will be scrapped. Only around 15-percent of fans seem to think the entire season is shot, while about 11-percent seem to think a regional only schedule will happen. Finally, less than ten-percent of fans voting think the season will remain in place as is with no changes to the schedule.
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