The SEC has pushed back the start of football practices from this Friday to Aug. 17, the conference announced Tuesday.
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The SEC has joined the Big Ten and Pac-12 in moving to a conference-only schedule, which means some historic rivalry games against the ACC won't be played. What else does the league's decision mean?
- SEC adjusts start of football practices to Aug. 17
- SEC to play 10-game, conference-only schedule
- All-stars fete LSU-bound Gilbert as Gatorade POY
- Orgeron: 'We need football' during pandemic
The SEC presidents and chancellors on Thursday approved a 10-game, conference-only football schedule for the fall that begins on Sept. 26. The SEC title game is scheduled for Dec. 19.
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