The Big 12 is officially the last Power 5 Conference left to make a decision on their 2020 schedule. Today, the league’s presidents are set to meet to vote on a final decision on for a schedule for a fall season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Big 12 presidents vote Monday on league’s schedule & 9-game conference-only format is most unlikely, sources told @Stadium. Big 12 may do 9 conference + 1 nonconference home game or even let each school determine how many nonconference games. Unknown if title game is moved back
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) August 1, 2020
According to Brett McMurphy of Stadium, the Big 12 is expected to vote today on a scheduling format. Among the options will be a conference-only plus one, but the league has also discussed allowing teams to schedule as many non-conference games as they want.
There is no timetable today as to when we can expect a decision today, but check back in to The Voice of Motown for updates today.
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