Restrictions Lifted On PAC-12 Football Teams, Games Could Start In Late October

Restrictions Lifted On PAC-12 Football Teams, Games Could Start In Late October


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PAC-12 football might be back a lot sooner than expected.

Following the Big 10 deciding to play in October, there was immediately serious chatter about if the PAC-12 could do the same. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

The biggest perceived roadblock to the PAC-12 playing were coronavirus restrictions that didn’t allow normal practices to be conducted because of the number of people required to be there.

Statement from Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott on positive developments from governors of California and Oregon: pic.twitter.com/bZVuGT6vuW

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— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) September 16, 2020

Well, it sounds like the PAC-12 might have a real shot of playing in October. According to the Mercury News, “the governors of Oregon and California lifted the state restrictions preventing half the conference from conducting normal practices.”

The PAC-12 will now try to play in October or November.

Good for the PAC-12 for trying to play football. There’s really no other choice. This is America, and we need to play football.

It looked like the PAC-12 was dead forever, but then the war raged on. After saving the Big 10, I never even considered trying to save

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