In mere days, the President of the University of Michigan, Mark Schlissel, has reversed course on whether college football is likely this fall. Last weekend, he publicly doubted that students would be back on campus, which means no games. By Thursday, Schlissel had walked it back entirely. The SEC has already committed to play starting in September, but other conferences have been slower to embrace that course of action. Purdue University expects students in the fall, Iowa is reopening campus, but without the support of a high profile institution like Michigan, the season was very much in doubt. Each school is allowed to set its own timetable to return to campus. The big question that remains is whether there will be attendance limits for sporting events. The NFL has already said it is hoping to return with stadiums at full capacity.