College football will attempt to return to normal in 2021 after a season roiled by the pandemic while also adapting to a new paradigm in which the athletes have more power than ever before.
A covid-19 vaccine brings hope for a season with full schedules, fewer disruptions and more fans in the stands.
“I know that there’s a lot in front of us,” Boston College athletic director Patrick Kraft said. "But I do believe that good times are coming. We’re going to get back to having full stadiums and the athletes having their parents come and watch them play.