As we await the beginning of real college football (aka SEC play), each school has been announcing attendance regulations for home games. On Saturday, news broke that the University of Kentucky plans to allow 20% attendance in the stands and 50% attendance in suites for the 2020 season.
That lines up with what many other schools have planned, although some SEC schools are not limiting capacity in suites. Regardless of comparisons, most UK fans will be thrilled to know that Kroger Field will not be completely empty this fall.
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Cats Illustrated has learned that the current Kentucky plan is to allow 20% general seating capacity and 50% in suites for the 2020 football season. Both @TravisGraf_ and I can confirm.— Justin Rowland (@RowlandRIVALS) September 5, 2020
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