UNC's Bubba Cunningham on 2020 Football Season, Preparing to Host Fans

After being skeptical that North Carolina football would take the field this season, UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham is now prepared to handle the season game-by-game, pause if necessary, while also preparing Kenan Stadium to host fans after September. "Do I think we will play 11 games? I don't know, it's anybody's guess," Cunningham said. (Inside Carolina)


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