Despite Optimism, Football Must Clear Hurdles to Return

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Across the country, NCAA schools are preparing to welcome student-athletes back to their facilities for voluntary workouts, which the association said could resume on June 1. 

But if college football is to return in the fall, institutions must have a plan for managing the coronavirus safely — and that particular sport presents a particular challenge.

“I think football is more challenging than any of the other fall sports by far, and perhaps more than any other sport,” said NCAA chief medical officer Dr. Brian Hainline told the Columbus Dispatch

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