On Wednesday, the Big Ten Conference announced that they would be going forward with a shortened fall football season after months of back and forth arguing. The season will start on October 24 and will feature eight conference games in eight weeks.
The NCAA alongside president Mark Emmert released a statement saying Fall sports won't have the opportunity to play for championships if more than half of participating schools opt out of the 2020 season as scheduled.
Seminole wide receivers Tamorion Terry, DJ Matthews and Warren Thompson have raised questions and concerns that the Florida State program has not been truthful about positive COVID-19 tests and the program's health and safety protocols.
The Atlantic Coast Conference has released its official schedule for the 2020 season. The conference will play a 10 game conference schedule, plus one non-conference game. The season is scheduled to get underway on September 12 and the conference will hold its championship game on December 12 or December 19.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced yesterday that the conference would play 10 conference football games with one additional out-of-conference game as long as the game is played in the university's home state. Additionally the conference made its seven-page document of COVID-19 procedures that each member university will follow available to the public.