247Sports/CougFan.com: Both the NCAA President and its chief medical officer on Friday were pessimistic on the prospects for playing a college football season this fall. They aren’t the only ones spreading the doom and gloom.
NCAA president Mark Emmert and the association’s chief medical officer, Brian Hainline, both offered blunt assessments on Friday night in an interview on Twitter.
“This is going to be difficult, to say the least, going forward,” Emmert said.
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