The Pac-12 was the lone remaining Power 5 holdout when it came to the 2020 fall season, but that all changed Thursday night when the conference announced a seven-game season beginning Nov. 6.
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The Pac-12 announced it will play a seven-game football schedule beginning Nov. 6 following a vote by the conference's CEO group on Thursday.
- Pac-12 to play 7-game schedule starting in Nov.
- Calif., Oregon governors give Pac-12 OK to play
- UCLA sues Under Armour over sponsorship deal
- UCLA grad transfer Burton headed to Baylor
California Gov. Gavin Newsom and Oregon Gov. Kate Brown told Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott that there are no state restrictions on the conference's ability to resume playing football.
UCLA sued Under Armour in federal court on Wednesday, alleging it terminated its $280 million sponsorship agreement with the Bruins not because of the pandemic but because the massive deal was too costly for the financially troubled apparel company.
UCLA transfer Jake Burton announced Tuesday night that he has committed to Baylor.
For all the free-agent fans who won't have a Big Ten or Pac-12 team to root for this fall, we're here to help you out.
We don't know what this college football season will hold, but as long as several major conferences remain committed to playing, let's look at what we learned from their updated schedules.
The Pac-12, following a decision from the Big Ten, voted to postpone all sports, including football and basketball, through the end of the year.
A look back at the major events leading to the current situation for fall sports, including the Big Ten postponing its season.
The Lakers are 2-4 and are shooting bad in the Bubble, so Ireland and Ramona Shelburne wondered what's wrong with the Lakers. And, will College Football be cancelled for 2020? To talk about that was FOXSports' Bruce Feldman. Then, "Radio Tinder" and "Game Of Games." Also, Crosstalk with Mychal Thompson and Allen Sliwa.
Eight UCLA football players tested positive for COVID-19 upon their return to campus in early July.
The CFB Pod: The latest on UConn canceling its season, the new Big Ten schedule, players opting out and the Pac-12 player unity group
Kevin Negandhi spins the wheel of college football news, first with Heather Dinich as they discuss UConn canceling its season, the Big Ten revising its schedule to accommodate teams potentially quarantining, the role of the NCAA Board of Governors and if this is the the start of the Power Five schools breaking off from the NCAA (1:07). Then, Adam Rittenberg joins the podcast to talk about #BigTenUnited, how #BigTenUnited differs from the Pac-12’s player unity group, the potential for more NFL-caliber players to opt out of the season and the Pac-12 planning a loan program to rescue athletic departments if the season doesn’t happen (14:56). Later, Harry Lyles Jr. goes deep on the Pac-12 players’ demands for the conference and the “blueprint” they’ve created (28:00).
College football continues to grapple with how to proceed with a season, with plans that vary in conferences across the country. A group of PAC-12 players published a document in the Players Tribune with a list of demands surrounding a number of issues: player health and safety, wealth inequality, and racial injustice. The players are threatening to opt out of the season if their concerns are not addressed to their satisfaction, posing an unprecedented challenge to the conference and the NCAA. UCLA football players Elisha Guidry and Otito Ogbonnia join the show to explain why they got involved with the movement. The ESPN's Mark Schlabach gives more context on the PAC-12 players' actions within the college football landscape.
The Lakers clinched the #1 seed in the West last night with a win over the Utah Jazz, so the guys reacted and predicted what could come ahead for the Purple and Gold. Then, some talk on how the Pac-12 is experiencing a "Player Uprising." And what team would you want to see in the 8th Seed vs. the Lakers in the NBA Playoffs?
A group of Pac-12 football players penned a letter to the conference outlining concerns they have in regard to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as economic and social issues.
A group of Pac-12 football players is threatening to opt out of both preseason camps and games until negotiations with the league regarding concerns about racial injustice, their safety during the coronavirus pandemic and other demands are completed.
The Pac-12 approved a 10-game conference-only schedule for football in which each team will play five home games and five road games, with the conference title game taking place on Dec. 18 or 19.