NCAA president Mark Emmert said he does not envision schools being ready to begin competing in college football or other fall sports unless students return to campuses around the country.
In an interview shown on the NCAA's official Twitter account Friday night, Emmert said he has spoken to hundreds of presidents and commissioners in recent weeks and he believes there is consensus among them.
Emmert said he believes final decisions about fall sports resuming could come sometime next month.
"I suspect that people are going to have to make decisions sometime in June," Emmert said. "Maybe by the Fourth of July."