UT Athletic Director Phillip Fulmer Working out Logistics of This Year’s Football Season

UT AD Phillip Fulmer / Credit: 99.1 The Sports Animal

UT Athletic Director Phillip Fulmer says the SEC’s announcement provides important clarity as it relates to the 2020 football season. The league office is currently developing a revised schedule.

Fulmer says student-athletes and coaches are working hard to prepare while prioritizing health and safety. The next decision will be capacity at Neyland Stadium. Fulmer says they are coordinating with state and local officials on game day attendance, understanding that potential limitations could change from week to week once the season begins.
He says they’ve been working through plans for several different capacity scenarios and ticket allocation strategies and aim to communicate specifics once details are finalized.

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