The Big 10 and Pac 12 both announced their plans to postpone the football season with hopes of playing in Spring, while the SEC and ACC are still planning to play.
The Big 12 are also reportedly moving forward with the season:
SOURCES: The Big 12 presidents have decided to continue on to keep playing this season and are expected to have a revised schedule already in the works. @SoonerScoop was first to report the news.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) August 12, 2020
Defensive line depth took another hit as a second player in the unit opted out of the season due to the coronavirus.
Players opting out isn’t just exclusive to FSU as plenty of players across the country of chosen to do the same as a movement for strengthening health procedures and clarifying other unknowns for college athletes has been in the news.
Sticking with the theme of coronavirus because unfortunately that is all there is to talk about, FSU President John Thrasher held a press conference with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in regards to the viability of playing the football season.
A clip from that press conference:
Our collegiate athletes work too hard to have their season taken away. Thanks @FSUPresThrasher and @Coach_Norvell for joining me for this important discussion. #WeWantToPlay pic.twitter.com/mTf1QZDJOm— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) August 11, 2020
Cameron Burke, an infectious disease expert at Duke believes there is a path to playing a safe college football season:
Now both the SEC and ACC medical experts have weighed in and are supportive of moving forward with the current plan to stay on track for a CFB season.— Danny Kanell (@dannykanell) August 11, 2020
Here is Dr. Cameron Burke - a Duke infectious disease expert as told to Sports Business Daily pic.twitter.com/yVXosJTvJi
In part 3 of our self loathing series “What’s wrong with FSU’s O-line?” Our Kevin Little shows that the Seminoles’ quarterbacks didn’t help themselves much, either.
A pretty cool slo-mo video from practice, including a nice jump ball snag by Keyshawn Helton in one-on-one’s vs Asante Samuel Jr:
FSU commit Byron Turner has a chip on his shoulder and the mentality you love to see in an incoming player:
Today’s goal is to not be out worked— Byron “BoogieMan” Turner (@ByronTurnerJr) August 11, 2020
One day at a time
As always, stay up to date with all things FSU recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.
College basketball Analyst sat down with Leonard Hamilton to discuss a wide range of topics both on and off the court:
New Podcast with Florida State’s Leonard Hamilton— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) August 11, 2020
1:18 Remembering Michael Ojo
11:05 Why Coach Hamilton isn’t a leading voice in the BLM movement
25:53 Helping black head coaches get jobs
41:20 How can we play college basketball this season safely?https://t.co/BGtmbxqvk7