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Georgia football: The 3 biggest football questions for UGA heading into August

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edited July 2020 in Article commenting
imageGeorgia football: The 3 biggest football questions for UGA heading into August

As the calendar is set to turn to August, it moves one step closer to football games returning. Full practices can begin on Aug. 7, with the NCAA now also allowing every team the option to move up their first game to Aug. 29. Of course, due to the ongoing struggles with COVID-19, much of this is still up in the air.

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  • MontanaDawgMontanaDawg Posts: 1,299 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Conner, those are big questions assuming we have anything close to a football season. However, you are putting the cart WAY before the horse. The BIGGEST question is - will we play football this Fall?

    From everything I have read today, it appears that the NCAA and Power 5 governing bodies will once again kick the ultimate decision can down the road until at least next week...no one wants to step up and make the tough decisions and be blamed for any potential adverse consequences. At this point with real scrimmages, practices, and such still on hold and with a month to go until kickoff we're running out of time.

    I've lost complete faith in the NCAA and Power 5 administrators.

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