Originally posted on Sportsnaut | By Vincent Frank | Last updated 9/4/20
There’s seemingly some good news on the college football front with three of the Power Five conferences slated to start their seasons later this month.
A recent update includes the fact that the Pac-12 has come to an agreement with the medical community for rapid COVID-19 testing and results. That’s a game changer for the sport and the entire United States during this age of the pandemic.
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott is now adding more fodder to the belief that his conference will soon get on the field.
When the Pac-12 decided to cancel its fall college football season last month, there was no word on whether the season would be played at all. Meanwhile, the Big Ten has pointed to Thanksgiving weekend as a potential start time for its season.
With the SEC, ACC and Big 12 all slated to start their conference-only seasons later this month, there’s some major logistical concerns.
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