Cullowhee, N.C. – Western Carolina’s spring football season finale against the Wofford Terriers (1-4) booked for Saturday, April 10 has been dropped as Wofford declared Monday that it is quitting the rest of the 2021 spring FCS football season.
Wofford’s choice depended on a blend of player COVID pick outs and wounds that have left the group underneath the Southern Conference rules for explicit position gatherings. From an assertion delivered by the SoCon, the alliance upholds Wofford’s choice to cease the 2020-21 football season and the Terriers’ excess planned games will be recorded as no-challenges.
Kindly note, people who have effectively bought tickets for Saturday’s booked game through Western Carolina will be straightforwardly reached by the WCU Ticket Office to talk about choices.
WCU’s fall 2021 timetable that incorporates a Sept. 11 excursion to Norman, Oklahoma, to confront the Sooners will be reported in the coming weeks. That delivery will likewise incorporate data relating to prepare tickets for WCU’s home timetable.