SEC Has Not Discussed Moving Football To The Spring
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With cases rising, many wonder if the college football season could be moved to the spring, but according to a new report by 247Sports, no potential spring contingencies have been discussed by the SEC as of now...

The SEC and Power 5 conferences have not ruled out delaying the season in the spring, but all energy is focused on a fall season, whether it starts on time, is delayed or is shortened. Contingency plans concern only different scheduling issues during a fall season, along with testing protocols and more.

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said previously he expects to make a decision in late July on whether the season will start on time.

“I think that’s probably a late-July time period. My thinking has shifted a bit,” Sankey said in June on The Rich Eisen Show. “We started June 8 after a two-week oversight, diagnostic medical exam period for these voluntary activities. We’ll have three or four weeks — on the 13th of July is when a little bit more practice can begin. I think we deserve the chance to see how that progresses. I would say before we get into full-blown practice, you’re going to be in that decision-making process as it relates to what happens on Labor Day weekend, which is the scheduled start of the season.”
(The Spun)
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What SEC upperclassmen football player would play spring football with the NFL Draft in April?
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This "pandemic" turned into nothing more than the flu now. Just reopen everything and get back to the old normal.
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