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Stadium College Football Insider Brett McMurphy revealed some results of a recent poll with Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) Athletic Directors about the upcoming college football season:


When exactly the season begins is the biggest question. Even though the start of college football is still four months away, 75 percent of the athletic directors believe the season will be delayed.

Sixty-one percent of the ADs predict the season won’t start until October or November, while 14 percent think the season won’t begin until the spring semester in January or February. One Power Five athletic director doesn’t expect the season to be played at all because of the impact of COVID-19.

The athletic directors, who were initially surveyed a month ago by Stadium, also were asked how optimistic they are for a 12-game season in the fall compared to last month. Eighteen percent were less optimistic, 14 percent more optimistic and 68 percent had the same optimism as a month ago.

On Aug. 29, the 151st season of college football is scheduled to kick off with seven FBS games, starting with Navy and Notre Dame in Ireland. However, only 24 percent of the ADs believe it begins on time. Read more.
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GeauxsomeMeaux51 months
They Will have a season... but... will we be in the stands? Now that’s a different question!
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skullopener51 months
not happening
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GoldenAge51 months
They better have football to pay for the title 9 sports.
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