Vincent: SEC hopes end of July provides "more clarity" on 2020 season

Amos Morale III
July 15, 2020 - 5:04 pm

Most college football programs would begin Fall camp in August.  Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, however, the 2020 college football season is currently in flux.

Some conferences like the Big 10 are currently only set to play conference opponents while some others have ruled out Fall sports all together.

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SEC associate commissioner Herb Vincent told Sports Talk’s Bobby Hebert and Kristian Garic that the conference is still exploring options regarding this year.

“There are various options available moving forward depending on what's presented to us, Vincent said. "Again, it's really the virus that's going to determine what we can and what we can't do.

“And then if we have to change, we have to decide. Okay, with what's available to us now, as far as the season to play, but you know, we hope that the end of July...as we've said...just gives us a bit more clarity than right now as far as what the fall might look like.”

 

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