Playing sports during the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be tough when not in a bubble environment. It may be even more so for college football given the amount of traditional game-day experiences such as tailgating and team walks into the stadium. But the coronavirus has disrupted things significantly. While some schools are planning on starting the season without fans, many others are doing so with restricted numbers in attendance. Here is a rundown of the spectator plans for each of the FBS teams playing college football this fall.

Clemson’s Memorial Stadium will have under 20,000 fans in the stands this fall. (Photo from Clemson Athletics)

ACC

Boston College (Alumni Stadium, capacity 44,500): The Eagles have not hosted fans so far this season

Clemson (Memorial Stadium, 81,500): The Tigers can host up to 19,000 fans per game (23%)

Duke (Wade Stadium, 40,000): The Blue Devils have not hosted fans so far this season

Florida State (Doak Campell Stadium, 79,560): The Seminoles can host up to 19,890 fans this season (25%)

Georgia Tech (Bobby Dodd Stadium, 55,000): The Yellow Jackets can host up to 11,000 fans this season (20%)

Louisville (Cardinal Stadium, 61,000): The Cardinals can host up to 12,000 fans this season (20%)

Miami (Hard Rock Stadium, 65,326): The Hurricanes can host up to 13,000 fans this season (20%)

North Carolina State (Carter-Finley Stadium, 57,583): The Wolfpack can host up to 4,000 fans this season (7%)

North Carolina (Kenan Stadium, 51,000): The Tar Heels can host up to 3,500 fans this season (7%)

Notre Dame (Notre Dame Stadium, 77,622): The Fighting Irish can host up to 15,525 fans this season (20%)

Pittsburgh (Heinz Field, 68,400): The Panthers can host up to 5,5000 fans this season (8%)

Syracuse (Carrier Dome, 49,250): The Orange have not hosted fans so far this season

Virginia (Scott Stadium, 61,500): The Cavaliers can host up to 1,000 family members of players and staff this season

Virginia Tech (Lane Stadium, 66,233): The Hokies can host up to 1,000 family members of players and staff this season

Wake Forest (BB&T Field, 31,500): The Demon Deacons can host up to 2,200 fans this season (7%)

A maximum of 21,528 fans will be allowed at Oklahoma’s Owen Field this fall. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Big 12

Baylor (McLane Stadium, 45,140): The Bears can host up to 11,285 fans this season (25%)

Iowa State (Jack Trice Stadium, 61,500): The Cyclones can host up to 15,000 fans this season (25%)

Kansas (Memorial Stadium, 50,071): The Jayhawks will not allow fans for the remainder of the season

Kansas State (Bill Snyder Family Stadium, 50,000): The Wildcats can host up to 12,5000 fans this season (25%)

Oklahoma (Owen Field, 86,112): The Sooners can host up to 21,528 fans this season (25%)

Oklahoma State (Boone Pickens Stadium, 60,218): The Cowboys can host up to 13,877 fans this season (25%)

TCU (Carter Stadium, 45,000): The Horned Frogs can host up to 12,000 fans this season (26%)

Texas (Memorial Stadium, 100,119): The Longhorns can host up to 24,000 fans this season (25%)

Texas Tech (Jones AT&T Stadium, 60,862): The Red Raiders can host up to 15,113 fans this season (25%)

West Virginia (Mountaineer Field, 60,000): The Mountaineers can host up to 15,000 fans this season (25%)

Penn State’s home games will have no fans planned for this season. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Big Ten

As part of the Big Ten Conference’s return to play, there will be no public attendance at games. Only family members of participating players will be allowed.

Oregon’s Autzen Stadium will be quiet for games this season in an abbreviated Pac-12 season.

Pac-12

As part of the Pac-12’s return to play, there will be no public attendance at games. Family members of players are allowed to be in attendance depending on local health department protocols.

Alabama will be limited to 20 percent of capacity at Bryant-Denny Stadium this year. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

SEC

Alabama (Bryant-Denny Stadium, 101,821): The Crimson Tide can host up to 20,364 fans this season (20%)

Arkansas (Razorback Stadium, 80,000): The Razorbacks can host up to 17,000 fans this season (21-23%)

Auburn (Jordan-Hare Stadium, 87,451): The Tigers can host up to 17,490 fans this season (20%)

Florida (Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, 88,548): The Gators can host up to 17,000 fans this season (20%)

Georgia (Sanford Stadium, 92,749): The Bulldogs can host up to 23,180 fans this season (25%)

Kentucky (Kroger Field, 61,000): The Wildcats can host up to 12,200 fans this season (20%)

LSU (Tiger Stadium, 102,321): The Tigers can host up to 25,580 fans this season (25%)

Mississippi (Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, 64,038): The Rebels can host up to 16,009 fans this season (25%)

Mississippi State (Davis Wade Stadium, 61,337): The Bulldogs can host up to 15,334 fans this season (25%)

Missouri (Memorial Stadium, 61,620): The Tigers can host up to 15,665 fans this season (25%)

South Carolina (Williams-Brice Stadium, 80,250): The Gamecocks can host up to 20,000 fans this season (25%)

Tennessee (Neyland Stadium, 102,455): The Volunteers can host up to 25,614 fans this season (25%)

Texas A&M (Kyle Field, 102,733): The Aggies can host up to 25,683 fans this season (25%)

Vanderbilt (Vanderbilt Stadium, 40,350): The Commodores can host a ‘parents and families of student-athletes, and a specified number of graduate and professional students’ this season

Memphis football will have extremely reduced capacity for football this season. (Photo from Memphis Athletics)

American Athletic Conference

Central Florida (Bounce House, 44,206): The Knights can host up to 11,051 fans this season (25%)

Cincinnati (Nippert Stadium, 40,000): The Bearcats are not hosting fans this season

East Carolina (Dowdy-Ficklin Stadium, 50,000): The Pirates can host up to 3,500 fans this season (7%)

Houston (TDECU Stadium, 40,000): The Cougars can host up to 10,000 fans this season (25%)

Memphis (Liberty Bowl, 62,380): The Tigers can host up to 10,500 fans this season (17%)

Navy (Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, 34,000): The Midshipmen are not hosting fans this season

SMU (Ford Stadium, 32,000): The stadium will be filled at 25% of capacity (8,000)

South Florida (Raymond James Stadium, 65,857): The Bulls can host up to 11,000 fans this season (17%)

Temple (Lincoln Financial Field, 68,352): The Owls can host a ‘limited’ number of fans this season

Tulane (Yulman Stadium, 30,000): The Green Wave are not hosting fans this season

Tulsa (Chapman Stadium, 30,000): The Hurricane can host up to 3,900 fans this season (13%)

The capacity for FIU football this season at Riccardo Silva Stadium is still unknown. (Photo from FIU Athletics)

Conference USA

Charlotte (Jerry Richardson Stadium, 15,314): The 49ers can host up to 1,072 fans this season

FAU (FAU Stadium, 30,000): The Owls can host up to 6,000 fans this season (20%)

FIU (Riccardo Silva Stadium, 23,500): Just over 2,000 fans were in attendance for the home opener

Louisiana Tech (Joe Aillet Stadium, 28,109): The Bulldogs can have ‘reduced’ capacity this season

Marshall (Joan C. Edwards Stadium, 38,109): The Thundering Herd can host up to 12,050 fans this season (32%)

Middle Tennessee State (Floyd Stadium, 31,000): The Blue Raiders can host up to 6,200 fans this season (20%)

North Texas (Apogee Stadium, 30,850): The Mean Green can host up to 8,000 fans this season (25%)

Rice (Rice Stadium, 47,000): The Owls have not hosted fans so far this season

Southern Miss (Roberts Stadium, 36,000): The Eagles can host up to 9,000 fans this season (25%)

UAB (Legion Field, 71,594): The Blazers can host a ‘reduced’ number of fans this season

UTEP (Sun Bowl Stadium, 51,500): The Miners hosted up to 8,500 fans earlier this season but will now play without fans in attendance

UTSA (Alamodome, 65,000): The Roadrunners can host up to 11,050 fans this season (17%)

Western Kentucky (Smith Stadium, 22,113): The Hilltoppers can host up to 4,422 fans this season (20%

Mid-American Conference

As part of the Mid-American Conference’s return to play, there will be no public attendance at games. Only family members of participating players will be allowed.

Nevada will not have fans for at least its first home game of the Mountain West season against Wyoming.

Mountain West Conference

Air Force Academy (Falcon Stadium, 46,692): The Falcons have not hosted fans so far this season

Boise State (Albertsons Stadium, 36,387): The Broncos have not hosted fans so far this season

Colorado State (Canvas Stadium, 41,200): The Rams have not hosted fans so far this season

Fresno State (Jim Sweeney Field, 41,031): The Bulldogs will not have fans in attendance this season

Hawaii (Aloha Stadium, 50,000): The Rainbows will not have fans in attendance this season

Nevada (Mackay Stadium, 26,000): There will be no fans in attendance to start the season

New Mexico (Dreamstyle Stadium, 39,224): No announced policy yet.

San Diego State (Temporary home of Dignity Health Sports Park): The Aztecs will not have fans in attendance this season

San Jose State (CEFCU Stadium, 30,456): The Spartans have not hosted fans so far this season

UNLV (Allegiant Stadium, 65,000): The Rebels will not have fans in attendance the rest of this season

Utah State (Maverik Stadium, 25,513): The Aggies will not have fans at their next home game against Fresno State

Wyoming (War Memorial Stadium, 29, 181): The Cowboys can host up to 7,000 fans this season (24%)

Kidd Brewer Stadium will have no fans for at least the season opener. (Photo from Appalachian State Athletics)

Sun Belt

Appalachian State (Kidd Brewer Stadium, 30,000): The Mountaineers can host up to 2,100 fans this season (7%)

Arkansas State (Centennial Bank Stadium, 30,964): The Red Wolves can host up to 12,000 fans this season (39%)

Coastal Carolina (Brooks Stadium, 20,000): The Chanticleers can host up to 3,500 fans this season (17.5%)

Georgia Southern (Paulson Stadium, 25,000): The Eagles can host up to 6,250 fans this season (25%)

Georgia State (Center Parc Stadium, 25,000): The Panthers can host a ‘limited’ number of fans this season

Louisiana (Cajun Field, 41,426): The Ragin’ Cajuns can host up to 10,356 fans this season (25%)

Louisiana-Monroe (Malone Stadium, 30,427): The War Hawks can host up to 7,606 fans this season (25%)

South Alabama (Ladd-Peebles Stadium, 40,000): The Jaguars can host up to 6,000 fans this season (25%)

Texas State (Bobcat Stadium, 30,000): The Bobcats can host up to 7,500 fans this season (25%)

Troy (Veterans Memorial Stadium, 30,402): The Trojans can host a ‘reduced’ number of fans this season

Army’s fan policy for the fall is cadets only for home games. (Photo from Army Athletics)

Independents

Army (Michie Stadium, 38,000): Only cadets will be allowed in attendance

BYU (LaVell Edwards Stadium, 63,740): Plans are for up to 6,000 in attendance

Liberty (Williams Stadium, 25,000): There will be 1,000 fans in attendance