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Here is a questoin ... what will be the impact of not having fans at games?

A couple of years ago I read a stat by Jerry Palm that the Buffs enjoyed the biggest home court advantage in the country (differential between away and home court winning percentage).

Will that home court advantage go away this year for the Buffs with no fans or will it be greatly diminished?

Likewise, if fans are allowed into games later in the spring semester (probably won't), is it to a teams advantage to have the difficult road games before fans are allowed in? (ie, Colorado, Arizona, Oregon ... not sure where else it is tough to play on the road due to the atmosphere.)

(In response to this post by The Midnight Toker)

Posted: 11/17/2020 at 4:23PM


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