The NCAA has a practice roadmap now.
The NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee passed a six-week practice plan Thursday in order to kick off the season on time.
The plan now heads to the NCAA Division I Council for approval at its meeting Wednesday…
During this period, schools are allowed eight hours per week of strength and conditioning, six hours per week of team meetings and six hours per week of walk-throughs, which gets to 20 hours per week. The committee clarified that schools can have flexibility in determining how to split up that time, provided they do not exceed four hours per day.
They even made a handy dandy color coded chart.
If you’re looking for a certain bottom line, per Mike Griffith,
Georgia football coach Kirby Smart could have direct supervision over the Bulldogs and begin working with the players on July 13, per a Yahoo Sports report.