The SEC won’t have athletic activities for a long time because of coronavirus.
According to Bruce Feldman, the conference has suspended all activities through May 31 because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Teams will be allowed to virtually review film during the suspension of activities, but that’s pretty much it.
New SEC statement: All athletics activities, including practices, meetings, organized gatherings–voluntary or required–including camps & clinics are suspended thru May 31. Virtual film review is permissible & will expand to max 4 hrs/week beginning Apr. 6.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) April 3, 2020
I can’t imagine how pissed off Coach O, Nick Saban and all the other SEC coaches must be at this situation we’re in.
Spring ball is where championships are truly won. Spring ball is where Alabama, LSU and the rest of the elite teams in America separate themselves.
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Now, they’re not allowed to do anything at all. If you thought Nick Saban had a history of getting mad in the past, I can’t begin to imagine how frustrated he is with the current situation.
.@AlabamaFTBL fans and the college football world…
Don’t you miss this guy?
— Rick Karle WVTM 13 (@RickKarle) April 1, 2020
The only upside here is that potentially canceling the college football season will motivate scientists across the SEC to find a cure.
If there was anything that could bring people together in that part of the country together, it’d be football not happening as planned.
— WBRZ News (@WBRZ) March 18, 2020
Godspeed, gentlemen! We’re all in this together.