TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) — We could find out more this week about the future of college and high school football during the coronavirus pandemic.
Southeastern Conference athletic directors are scheduled to meet Monday at conference headquarters in Birmingham.
Sports Illustrated reported SEC sources said commissioner Greg Sankey would listen to opinions about how to proceed with football but no decisions were expected.
Meanwhle, The Athletic reported regents with the NJCAA, the governing body of junior college athletics, will vote Monday to move fall sports to the spring of next year, which would affect all Mississippi community colleges.
On Tuesday, the executive committee of the Mississippi High School Activities Association is expected to decide what to do about football and other fall sports.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association, according to al.com, indicated last week it apparently still expects football to start on time late next month.