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The PAC-12 Will Only Play Conference Football Games During The Coronavirus Pandemic

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The PAC-12 will only play conference football games during the coronavirus pandemic.

Following the footsteps of the Big 10, the PAC-12 announced Friday night that the conference was canceling all non-conference football games. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Well, I think we all saw this coming, and I highly-doubt the PAC-12 will be the last conference to make this decision.

The ACC might pull the trigger on doing the exact same thing at literally any moment. We’re on the brink, and canceling non-conference games seems like it’s going to happen everywhere.

 

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This honestly sucks so much. It’s incredibly frustrating, and it means Alabama and USC won’t play to open the season, which was supposed to be a great game.

Instead, the PAC-12 will just stick to playing other teams in the conference.

 

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I’ve honestly had enough of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s destroying sports, and college football is on the verge of getting decimated.

This much is for sure, the 2020 season won’t be anything like a normal year. That much is crystal clear.

 

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Keep checking back for more updates on the state of college football when we have them.