As NC State University works to get a fall sports season off the ground amidst COVID-19, it will do so without fans for the month of September.
On Monday, the NC State football program returned to the practice field; following a temporary pause after the identification of COVID-19 clusters, all fall sports are back in action, now. The university also announced its decision to go without spectators at fall sports until at least October.
This plan is exactly what North Carolina decided on last Friday, too.
NC State announces they will begin fall sports season with no fans. Will re-evaluate in October pic.twitter.com/LQmpTP49CQ
— Mark Armstrong (@ArmstrongABC11) August 31, 2020
While the Tar Heels will lose two of their six home games in September, the Wolfpack are schedule to have just one home game in the month: Sept. 19 vs. Wake Forest.