The day I am writing this, college football is just 100 days away (5/21/20). But that only means that our COVID-19 world is put on halt. My opinion is becoming more optimistic (based on what I’ve read and watched the last 24 hours or so) is that we will have college football on time but not every team will play. I expect the NBA to return sooner than expected and same goes for the MLB. Likewise, I expect the NFL season to begin on time as well. Anyway, let’s get into some college football news.
The NCAA Division I Council voted to approve voluntary activities for football, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball this past Wednesday beginning June 1. Louisville became the first ACC school to allow voluntary workouts, which will begin June 8 for the cardinals.
It was confirmed that likely pre-season All American wide receiver Justyn Ross will have surgery in June. The Clemson wide out’s surgery will be related to stinger symptoms he was having in March during spring practice. During the 2019-2020 season the Alabama native caught 66 passes for almost 900 receiving yards.