The N.C.A.A. College Football Season may be Shortened

In a call on Wednesday with members of the House Republicans, the N.C.A.A association’s president, Mark Emmert, said he anticipated that the college football season would begin around Labor Day as usual if games could be held within the regulations and guidelines of individual states. Emmert also said the schedule may ultimately be condensed and that certain championships, like conference title games, could be played by Thanksgiving. We are all looking forward to cheering on our favorite teams in the coming season.

 

 


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