After the Big Ten and Pac-12 postponed their 2020 college football seasons earlier today, the eyes of the sports world immediately turned to the Big 12 for what they would decide to do.
The SEC and ACC had both made it clear they intended to go forward with a college football season, so it really came down to the Big 12’s decision on whether or not a season could be had.
Well, at least for now, the Big 12 is pushing onward with the 2020 season, according to SoonerScoop.
Sources telling SoonerScoop's @CareyAMurdock and @Eddie_Rado Big 12 presidents will allow conference to move forward toward a season and a revised Big 12 schedule will be released after approval from AD's during tonight's meetings.
— SoonerScoop.com (@SoonerScoop) August 12, 2020
Obviously, this is gigantic news for the sport.
It looks for now that a season is still in play, it will just be without two of the Power 5 conferences.
As stated in the SoonerScoop report, a revised Big 12 schedule is expected to be released at some point this week.
Things change by the minute, but for now it looks like we just may have a college football season in 2020 after all.
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