Updated April 6, 4:42 PM CT
April 3, 2020
OU athletics dept. suspends activities until at least July 31st
I think you should start considering that college football may not happen this season.
The University of Oklahoma Athletics Department has suspended all athletics competitions at least through July 31st, as well as all out-of-season practices and workouts, until further notice.
Summer classes that were scheduled to occur on the Norman campus will be offered exclusively online.
For students who live on campus, on-campus residential housing will be closed for the summer until August 1.
“The University will continue to support and assist those students who have no other housing option and need to remain in on-campus housing,” a letter from Interim OU President Joseph Harroz, Jr. read.“While we wish we could return to normal classroom operations, we have already seen great successes from our transition to virtual education and we’re confident that those successes will continue this summer. Our profound thanks go to the faculty and staff who have adapted their instructional methods, and to our students who have shown a great deal of flexibility and patience.We eagerly anticipate the occasion that we will be together, once again, in the classroom. Until then, thank you for doing all you can to support our efforts to keep our community safe,” the letter read.
No spring football, no training camp, no practice, no film sessions, etc., etc.
There’s every reason to believe the start of the college football season will be delayed, if not canceled.
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