Report: Ivy League Looking into Spring Football Season

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The conference that was ahead of the game this spring is also reportedly considering making sweeping changes to the college sports landscape next spring.

According to TMG Sports, one of the Ivy League’s pandemic-related ideas is moving its fall football season to the spring. TMG Sports reported that the Ivy League, which has eight football teams, is considering two options for the 2020-21 season. The first option is to hold a seven-game season from late September until a week before Thanksgiving, with each team playing each member of the conference once. The other option is to conduct a similar schedule in April and May.

Most of the college football world is currently still moving ahead as if the 2020 season will be played this fall. However, the Ivy League canceling its conference basketball tournaments due to COVID-19 this spring also started a trend that led to every NCAA event after mid-March being canceled.

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