While SEC athletic directors are on board, presidents have not yet voted on a schedule, according to CBSS Sports.
On the same day the ACC announced that its football teams will play an 11-game season including a 10-game conference schedule and one nonconference game, the SEC reportedly took a step toward finding its own path forward to play college football this fall. The league is "moving closer" to playing a 10-game conference only slate for the 2020 season, according to Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellinger.
Reached for comment by multiple outlets, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey declined to address whether a conference-only schedule was indeed the league's leader in the clubhouse at this time.
A conference-only SEC schedule might make the ACC's plans to play one non-conference game - required to be played in the home state of its member schools - less attractive, considering that several of the ACC's marquee nonconference games are scheduled to be played against SEC schools: Florida-Florida State, Clemson-South Carolina, Georgia-Georgia Tech, Kentucky-Louisville.
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