Alabama Football's Economic Impact
The loss of an Alabama football season would cost the Tuscaloosa economy about $200 million. During the 2020 season, Mayor Walt Maddox talked about the impact limited capacity and other restrictions would have on the city. AL.com's John Talty explains how the University of Alabama athletics department was affected. A Tuscaloosa business owner also discusses why football season is crucial to their success.
Walt Maddox, Tuscaloosa mayor
Marcia McKinley, co-owner of Big Bad Wolves (home of the famous BBQ nachos)
John Talty, AL.com sports editor
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