I wonder how many schools have spent that money. In youth sports that has been a major problem. Volleyball clubs taking player fees and spending that money on facility rent and coaches then having the season pulled. Cash flow is king in any business and when you residual income sources through memberships and season tickets that is considered money in the bank and many spend it without ever thinking about a season being disrupted not to mention demolished.I have a close friend at a major SEC university who works in the athletic department and he said there will be a reckoning in college sports. It might not impact what the public sees but behind the scenes there will be major staff reductions, budgets slashed and a philosophy of doing more with less. He said on average if a season isn't played some SEC schools could loose 100 mil and his institution could very well loose 75 million with no season and they are in the 2nd rung of SEC schools. This issue is going to be around for a while I don't see an immediate bounce back.