Mark Emmert Says Fall Championships Cannot Be Played At This Point

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Mark Emmert Says Fall Championships Cannot Be Played At This Point

(Image from ncaa.com)

The head of the NCAA — Mark Emmert — has been very quiet recently despite the fluid situation surrounding college sports.

Until today.

Emmert appeared on Twitter this afternoon to discuss the future of college athletics, and made the unfortunate announcement that there will not be any fall NCAA championships as of now. That includes volleyball and soccer among other sports, but since the FBS technically runs football, a CFB champion can still be determined without permission from the NCAA.

The NCAA president did however speak optimistically about winter sports, saying they would get higher priority considering their seasons and those in the spring were already hit by Covid-19. He also included the idea of bubbles as a playing option.

Here is the whole interview:

 

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