Despite approval from NCAA, WSU’s Rolovich remains realistic about June workouts
PULLMAN, Wash. – The NCAA gave three Division 1 college sports some hope Wednesday, voting to approve voluntary athletic activities from June 1 to June 30 for football, men’s and women’s basketball.
That does not mean every school can take advantage. Each conference still has to vote to approve student-athletes returning to campus and athletic facilities, and it will depend on each state’s current COVID-19 restrictions.
Washington State’s head football coach Nick Rolovich is remaining realistic, considering the restrictions still in place in the state of Washington. He spoke to 4 News Now sports director Keith Osso and Alyssa Charlston on a Zoom conference call Thursday.
Schools like Arizona and Arizona State may very well get a head start because their state is opening up faster than up in the northwest.
Find out more about how Coach Rolovich sees the program moving forward while Washington is still slowly opening back up as a state tomorrow, Friday May 22 on 4 News now at 6 p.m.
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