It has a definite scheduling flavor to it.
- Per David Paschall, Southeastern Conference chancellors and presidents are scheduled to hold a virtual meeting Thursday.
- Andrea Adelson answers a bunch of questions… sort of, anyway.
- Stewart Mandel ($$) says college football should embrace the bubble: “Frankly, the best hope is to get them the heck away from their campuses. And thanks to advancements in virtual learning, they can do so without missing any of their classes. NCAA critics might decry this as proof that athletes aren’t really students, but that ship has sailed. Last year’s Heisman winner, Joe Burrow, took all online courses. And every college student in America took classes remotely last spring. (And many will again this fall.)”
- Speaking of that virtual meeting tomorrow, here’s a menu of schedule formats for the SEC suits to ponder.
- An offensive lineman at Arizona has been suspended by the team for a violation of its coronavirus protocols.