With the 2020 college football season still in flux due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, all the information about the outlook for the upcoming season is constantly changing and evolving.
The place to look for information is the guidance and advice from two bodies: the NCAA and the College Football Playoff. While the Football Bowl Subdivision postseason is the only one not organized by the NCAA, they do regulate the eligibility of players and logistics such as when games can be played, plus the certification of bowl games. The CFP handles the postseason New Years Six bowl games, as well as the selection of the four teams for the playoff.
The NCAA and CFP committees involved are made up of athletic directors and university presidents and chancellors from the 130 FBS schools. We’ll also keep an eye on statements and work from member conferences here as well. There are meetings coming up in June Maybe and June that could help us better forecast what the football timeline might look like.