Fall without football: Financial disaster looms for UArizona, other athletic departments

By Bruce Pascoe |  Arizona Daily Star

After Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke forecasted a $7.5 million pandemic-related deficit last spring through the end of 2019-20, coach and staff salary reductions mitigated about half of it.

That isn’t going to cut it this time. Not even close.

The Pac-12’s decision to postpone all sports competition until at least January meant the fiscal bus-driver of college sports, football, will be heading off a cliff in 2020-21. Even if the sport manages some sort of spring season, the money likely won’t be the same.

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