According to a document obtained by ESPN’s Andrea Adelson, the ACC needs 50% or more of its members (so eight of the 15 teams in football) to continue playing the season. Other considerations, many related to the availability of teams and the considerations at member schools, include policies implemented by university and local health officials, the disruption of practice and/or competition because of campus health conditions and the potential “inability to travel safely and compete in away venues without contracting or spreading COVID-19.”
Additionally, the ACC has tied itself to the SEC and Big 12, noting that if either conference discontinue their plans to play football in fall 2020 it will lead to consideration of a postponement because of the “likely cancellation of the national championship and other postseason opportunities.”
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