The SEC anticipates reaching a decision on the football schedule in late July.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey voiced his concerns about the upcoming football season and said, “We are running out of time to correct and get things right.”
During an appearance on ESPN radio’s Marty & McGee Saturday morning, Sankey called his concerns “high to very high” while addressing spiking coronavirus cases around the country and the decisions the SEC faces about the football schedule.
“We put a medical advisory group together in early April with the question, ‘What do we have to do to get back to activity?’ and they’ve been a big part of the conversation,” Sankey said, per ESPN. “But the direct reality is not good and the notion that we’ve politicized medical guidance of distancing, and breathing masks, and hand sanitization, ventilation of being outside, being careful where you are in buildings.
“There’s some very clear advice about—you can’t