Transcript for College football crisis as conferences deliberate upcoming season
And now we move on to the coronavirus affecting college sports. Lieders from the most powerful conferences reportedly meeting to decide whether to postpone their football seasons and whether or not all fall sports teams will see action. Will reeve joins us now with more on this. Good morning, will. Reporter: Good morning, robin. They call themselves the power five conferences and they have the power to end the entire college football season before it even begins. ESPN is reporting the presidents of schools in the big ten, Penn state, Michigan, Ohio state, they met over the weekend. They're ready to cancel all fall sports. The big ten commissioner then met with the leaders of the other conference, ACC, big 12, pac-12. The pac-12 has a meeting set for tomorrow. No decisions made yet but ESPN reports its sources say the cancellation or postponement of the season at this point seems inevitable. Well, obviously not many are in favor of canceling the season including we hear Clemson star Trevor Lawrence. Reporter: Trevor Lawrence is the face of college football. He's 9 likely number one NFL draft pick next year. He tweeted in part people are add just as much if not more risk if we don't play. Players will all be sent home to their own communities where social distancing is highly unlikely. He and other athletes have been using a we want to play hashtag in a sign of the times, notre dame stadium, site of so many triumphs used for a different purpose, socially distanced mass to kick off the academic year there. Robin. Yeah, I did see that. All right, will, thanks so much.
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