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ACC Football:

  • The season’s first games will take place the week of Sept. 7-12
  • The 2020 scheduling model includes 11 games (10 plus one: 10 conference and one non-conference)
  • All non-conference game opponents, selected by the respective school, must be played in the home state of the ACC institution, and all non-conference opponents must meet the medical protocol requirements as agreed upon by the ACC
  • The 11 games will be played over at least 13 weeks with each team having two open dates
  • There will be one division
  • Notre Dame will also play a 10-game conference schedule and be eligible to compete in the 2020 ACC Football Championship Game
  • All television revenue for the 2020 season, including Notre Dame’s home games broadcast by NBC, will be shared equally by all 15 institutions
  • The ACC Football Championship Game will be played on either December 12 or 19 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, and will feature the top two teams based upon highest conference-game winning percentage 
  • All 15 teams will continue to be part of the ACC’s bowl selection process; should Notre Dame win the ACC Football Championship Game they would be eligible for the Orange Bowl, if not selected as a College Football Playoff semifinal team
  • The 2020 ACC Football week-by-week schedule and television selections will be released in the future

 

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Suggests delaying the start of fall sports...

 

 

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Notre Dame to be included in ACC's 11-game football regular season | SportsCenter

 

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7 minutes ago, LTtxfan said:

 

That's fine but don't forget about the Veterans too (in my humble opinion)...

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Yeah... all SEC Teams will follow these rules 😁 

Sources: SEC Won't Hold Traditional Fall Camps; Delays Practice to Aug. 17

ROSS DELLENGER.          13 HOURS AGO

SEC football teams gearing up to begin fall camp this weekend can stop.  The conference office has approved a new preseason plan that delays practice deeper into August. As part of the plan, teams can practice 25 times over a 40-day period beginning on Aug. 17, sources tell Sports Illustrated. During that time, schools must adhere to the NCAA’s normal in-season football access time of 20 countable hours a week. Two days off each week are required. The new preseason plan expands the SEC’s practice window by 11 days, providing flexibility for more off days and potential COVID-19 related interruptions.

The SEC announced last week that it will play a 10-game conference-only schedule this fall starting on Sept. 26. The two additional opponents for each SEC team have not been released but are expected this week. The conference’s preseason plan eschews for at least this year its traditional camp, normally held before school begins and a time in which an unlimited amount of hours can be spent on football.

Many SEC staffs were preparing to begin camp at their scheduled time this weekend. The league is allowing coaches to continue the current 20-hour per week model until Friday. From Friday through Aug. 16, staffs will be restricted to 11 hours a week of football or strength work related events (six hours for strength and five hours for football). Their walk-throughs must be conducted without equipment. That includes no footballs, helmets or pads.   In this enhanced access period, Friday to Aug. 16, teams have been granted three extra hours for non-football related meetings.

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Wish Texas would move UTEP game to Aug 29th to be sure that game gets played...

 

 

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25 minutes ago, LTtxfan said:

 

Honestly, they should cancel the season, all leagues and do this, make sure they have access to the medical care. Just let them continue doing off season workouts, to stay in shape. Then any that declare for the draft, they are taken in by their team that drafts them, after that, for immediate off season workouts and medical care. Both the NCAA and the NFL should approve these for all teams.

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Iowa and Nebraska were the only B1G teams that voted to have a football season.  Later this afternoon, Nebraska Coach Scott Frost says Nebraska is planning to play football this year, somehow, somewhere.

Somebody start a "COVID Realignment Not Going Away" thread.

https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/nebraska-coach-scott-frost-says-program-is-committed-to-playing-in-the-fall-even-if-the-big-ten-cancels-season/

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41 minutes ago, bamachine said:

Honestly, they should cancel the season, all leagues and do this, make sure they have access to the medical care. Just let them continue doing off season workouts, to stay in shape. Then any that declare for the draft, they are taken in by their team that drafts them, after that, for immediate off season workouts and medical care. Both the NCAA and the NFL should approve these for all teams.

Would that cause a problem with the regular students?

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1 hour ago, LTtxfan said:

Starting feel like "The Wild, Wild West"

 

Well, the presidents' could be "furked if they do/ furked if they don't" if that is the case...

BTW, the head cornshucker has declared NU will play anywhere anytime & all that stuff...

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1 hour ago, kopp0e said:

Well, the presidents' could be "furked if they do/ furked if they don't" if that is the case...

BTW, the head cornshucker has declared NU will play anywhere anytime & all that stuff...

Channeling his inner Pat Hill.

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3 hours ago, Brothahorn said:

Would that cause a problem with the regular students?

Shouldn't. All students should be distance learning anyway. Even if they are on campus, they should be taking their classes online.

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