CU BuffZone: Despite every team and conference dealing with the same issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the response hasn’t been the same. That is indicative of a broader issue, Colorado athletic director Rick George said.
“I don’t know if my peers share the same thing but I certainly think that this would be a time for us to figure out one voice for college football and what that looks like,” George said.
When the Pac-12 made the decision to postpone all sports competitions through the end of the year, conference leadership said it was a unanimous decision.
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