The 2020 College Football Season Could Really Be Fun! Especially, for television fans!
Think of the possibilities for nonstop college football watching if: (A) one or two conferences begin 2020 play at the usual time; (B) another two leagues defer until the late Spring of 2021, and (C) all the others begin on various dates in-between.
If that happened, the 2020 college football season could be the longest in history---with more games on television than ever before!
Last Edit: Jul 26, 2020 8:51:11 GMT -8 by Trojangles
Oklahoma granted permission to start their 2020 season a week early, moving the Sooners' home game with Missouri State from September 5, 2020 to August 29th . . .
OU Athletic Director Joe Castiglione noted: “Our original schedule had an open date between the second and third games, so now we will have a span of five weeks to play three games. It provides us a more gradual approach to safely manage the conditions of these unprecedented times. We’re thankful to Missouri State for their cooperation during this process and to the NCAA for allowing both teams to start the season a week earlier. If the season is indeed permitted to start as scheduled, the benefit of extra time between games will help our teams manage any variety of possible circumstances that may occur,” said Castiglione.
Oklahoma's First Three Games: Aug. 29: Missouri State Sept. 5: BYE Sept. 12: Tennessee Sept. 19: BYE Sept. 26: at Army
Last Edit: Jul 27, 2020 8:25:47 GMT -8 by Trojangles