Stories from Sports Illustrated College Sports: A week of planning for the future
Sports Illustrated thrives in these types of situations. There may not be stories about game action, at least in the college sports relm, but the stories are aplenty about everything surrounding it.
All around the country, schools and conferences are trying to figure out how to play football amid the coronavirus.
Here are some of the best from last week.
Ross Dellenger and Pat Ford continued their amazing coverage. While Rohan Nadkarni got into the action with a huge Pac-12 story.
- Ross Dellenger and Pat Forde: Power 5 Leaders Exploring Possibility of Staging Their Own Fall Sports Championships
- Dellenger: Inside the SEC's Conference-Only Schedule for 2020
- Forde: Power 5 Leaders Must Articulate Motive Behind Push to Play 2020 College Football Season
- Rohan Nadkarni: Why A Large Group of Pac-12 Players Are Prepared to Sit Out the Football Season
The SEC is currently investigating some wrongdoings around college sports. Ahmed Gafir of AllTerrapins wrote about Under Armour CFO Kevin Plank being named in the probe.
A top 30 basketball recruit in the nation, from Lebron James' St. Vincent St. Mary's High School, committed to Ohio State and Adam Prescott of Buckeyes Now wrote about how that could impact James' relationship with Ohio State.
An interesting perspective as some schools chase the money and have plans to try and bring some season ticket holders to the stadium to watch games this season, Penn State as their season ticket holders if they could subsidize a game for students only to attend.
Brandon Ingram donated 192 pairs of Adidas shoes in his hometown writes Shawn Krest of Blue Devil Country.