Clemson Football: 3 traditions that could be changed due to COVID-19

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Empty stands inside of Clemson Memorial Stadium on the campus of Clemson University on June 10, 2020 in Clemson, South Carolina. The campus remains open in a limited capacity due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Three Clemson football traditions that could be changed due to COVID-19

The 2020 Clemson football season is going to look different and there’s really no way around it.

While there is hope that the Tigers will take the field this fall as part of a 2020 College Football season, there is still doubt surrounding what it will look like and even if it will happen.

Even if it does happen, colleges around the country are preparing for scenarios that could include limited capacity to fans or no capacity at all for games.

Clemson Athletic Director Dan Radakovich recently spoke with ESPN and said that the Tigers were moving ahead and preparing to have fans at games, but that it was still too early to know what it would look like. Radakovich noted that Clemson has an extra week compared to many other programs across the nation because the Tigers are scheduled to go on the road for the first week of the season.

That being said, he still said that Clemson officials will begin discussing scenarios and implementing decisions over the course of the next month.

As we continue to prepare for the 2020 football season, here are three traditions that could be changed due to COVID-19, even if fans are allowed at games.

*Keep in mind we’re still a long way from the start of the season and none of these things have been confirmed.*

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