OSU could lose $50 million if football isn’t played in 2020-21 per AD

OregonLive: Oregon State and the rest of its Pac-12 peers could each lose $50 million if football isn’t played at all in 2020-21, according to OSU athletic director Scott Barnes.

The financial fallout from the Pac-12′s decision Tuesday to postpone all sports until at least Jan. 1, 2021, including football, men’s and women’s basketball, is catastrophic.







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