I wonder if the contract between the two schools was before the COVID outbreak. I heard that it was for $60,000 plus revenue generated from ticket sales at WSSU. if this is true, WSSU could gain up to $100,000. However, what if attendance is drastically affected by COVID? WSSU could potentially make about as much or more than NCCU. If this is the case, I don't think that is fair for Central. Maybe any contracts during COVID should have clauses for adjusting revenue between the two schools in case of lower attendance than expected.
Just a thought.