BOISE, Idaho — The dominoes continue to fall and today the Master's announced their tradition unlike any other will be postponed as well.
For the foreseeable future we will live in a world without sports because of the coronavirus and the threat COVID-19 poses.
After the NBA suspended their season on Wednesday night the rest of the major sports followed suit and so did collegiate athletics.
In Boise the Big Sky Conference canceled their tournament after playing on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, fans from the number one ranked Eastern Washinton Eagles didn't have the opportunity to even see their team take the floor.
"We were very disappointed and it’s frustrating," said Nancy Morlock an Eastern Washington fan. "I understand that this is all new territory that we are in because of the coronavirus, but it is disappointing that we came from Spokane and didn’t get to see our team play.”
There has also been a huge impact on some of our local college teams including Boise State and the College of Idaho.
The Boise State Broncos women's basketball team who won the Mountain West Conference championship for the fourth straight year will not have the opportunity to play in the NCAA tournament for the final time.
The College of Idaho who won their first game in the NAIA Division II tournament will not have the opportunity to compete for a national championship.
Seniors all over the country had their collegiate careers come to an end in a way none of them would have ever imagined.
“I feel bad for the players especially the seniors," said Nancy Morlock's husband.
It will be interesting to see the fallout financially from this, we can tell you that there was only one customer in Buffalo Wild Wings in the Grove Plaza on Thursday afternoon, normally with all the conference tournaments and the Big Sky next door that restaurant would have been packed.