With the NCAA Division I Council opening campuses for student-athletes to have in-person voluntary workouts and the Southeastern Conference following suit, college football will happen this season. As the powers that be at different schools are creating ways to make sure safety is enforced, more positive news came on Saturday concerning the coming fall.
According to Joel Klatt, a college football commentator and analyst for Fox Sports, he sees the season not only being played but starting on time as well. If people continue to practice social distancing and some areas do not have capacity crowds, there is no doubt we can have a successful season.
Some CFB thoughts:
– The 2020 season is 100% happening
– Fans will be in the stands to some capacity at most locations
– The season will likely start on time
— Joel Klatt (@joelklatt) May 23, 2020
Despite the coronavirus, institutions are permitted to return for workouts on June 1.
Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide will be back to action on June 8.
*Get the BEST Alabama football insider information, message board access, and recruiting coverage today! SIGN UP HERE to unlock our subscriber only content!*