Can players truly compete without the roar of fans?

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The NFL is in jeopardy this fall. If it happens, stadium seats may sit empty. Photo credit: Pixabay.

Plans are in the works to restart some major sporting events, sans spectators. But even sports fans are worried that players won’t be able to perform their best without a crowd.

“I would get the ball at the Coliseum,” says Petros Papadakis, co-host of Petros and Money on AM 570 and former USC football player. “There's [sic] 80,000 people in there. … It's about feeding off the fans or making them angry. It's a huge part of what we are.”

Credits

Guests:
Petros Papadakis - Fox Sports, Bill Plaschke - Sports Columnist, Los Angeles Times - @BillPlaschke

Host:
Steve Chiotakis

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Jenna Kagel, Rebecca Mooney