USA Today: There was no traffic pulling up to the stadium. No tailgating to be found. No fans in the stands. No band playing. Big plays were greeted not with cheers but with silence.
But there was college football Monday night with the Labor Day prime-time game that traditionally completes the opening weekend of the season.
As strange as the environment felt, the BYU-Navy game provided a night to celebrate college football's return, which seemed improbable a month ago.
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