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Stadium College Football Insider Brett McMurphy published an article this week that lays out potential contingency options for the 2020 College Football season, as discussed with athletic directors around the country.

Some of the options include:

-Start the season in October or November, concluding in the spring semester.

-Spring football, anyone?

-Universities determine that students may not return to campus in the fall and must take online classes, but allow an exception for student-athletes to return to campus to compete in athletics.

-Cancel early-season non-conference games and play only conference opponents.
Do you have any ideas or suggestions for the upcoming season? Sound off in the comment section.
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Get ready for some plan they float out that ends up with most football games being some type of pay per view. Ohhhh... it's coming. These teams cannot go without ticket sales and TV revenue. They have to offset ticket sales with more TV money. Existing TV contracts are not nearly enough to offset costs of football. Don't think they will play football this year as ridiculous as it sounds. Our nation has been hijacked by 15% of this country.
Reply9 months
Tell China and the Democrats to put a lid on the virus.
Reply10 months
Just tell the democrats, Dr Fauci, Dr Brix, CDC, and the WHO to go frick themselves and play everything. As normal.
Reply11 months
On November 4th everything will be fine.
Reply12 months
Just tell the old people to stay home and kickoff like normal. This whole WuFlu response is wayyy overblown.
Reply12 months
So what do you consider old because I promise you as you get older your definition WILL CHANGE.
12 months
We better play Texas. I just got season tickets dammit.
Reply12 months
Cancel the cupcakes, but games like Texas at LSU are too awesome to cancel.
Reply12 months
Cancel the cupcakes, but games like Texas at LSU are too awesome to cancel.
Reply12 months
Just play the games without fans.
Reply12 months
Play the games as scheduled?
Reply12 months
Leave LSU as National Champions until we can continue play. Then show LSU's season over & over & over.
Reply13 months
After 3 years we can claim 3 NC's because we haven't lost a game in 4 years. Nice.
10 months
Play one “warm-up” non conference game, then the conference games as scheduled, championship game, then playoff. But bowls. X ????
Reply13 months
zero chance they go to conference games only- BYU, Notre Dame? No Army v Navy, not going to happen.
Reply13 months
Let’s just have the “Eye Test Bowl” to crown a winner. Alabama vs. Clemson. One game for the whole enchilada.
Reply13 months
But Ohio State is the most complete team.
11 months
I’ve thought about this. I think the only solution is to play conference games only.
Reply13 months
Sorry, Ga.'s not skipping the annual COFH rivalry with the GnaTs.
13 months
Some moron tried to tell me this wouldn't affect football because they don't need spring practices. He's going to be so disappointed.
Reply13 months
Yes, it' fricking early April, wait at least, at least until May to make a decision.
Reply13 months
New Years Day kickoff classic. Spring football. May bowl games open up venues all over the country. Memorial Day 6 games. Baseball goes Summer into Fall with a Thanksgiving week championship in cold/snowy Omaha or bump it to AZ, SoCal, or FL. Basketball plays Fall into winter with December/Holiday Madness over Christmas. Then right back into New Year's Kickoff and football. Much better alignment. Bottom line is that there will be no other college sports played unless football revenue is generated. Shut it down and start sports back on New Years Eve.
Reply13 months
I've thought about this. Defending champion LSU gets an automatic bye into a national championship game. Clemson-Alabama play for the right to play LSU for the natty. As defending champion, LSU is granted a 28 point lead to start the championship game. Sounds fair to me.
12 months
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