2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- Pac-12 postpones all sports through end of year
- Pac-12 players show unity, list demands in letter
- Pac-12 players threaten to opt out, list demands
- Pac-12 approves 10-game, conference-only slate
The Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed the fall college football season. What does that mean for the rest of the Power 5? Can Nebraska really go rogue and play as an independent? And what does this mean for the NFL draft?
The Pac-12, following a decision from the Big Ten, voted to postpone all sports, including football and basketball, through the end of the year.
A group of Pac-12 football players penned a letter to the conference outlining concerns they have in regard to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as economic and social issues.
A group of Pac-12 football players is threatening to opt out of both preseason camps and games until negotiations with the league regarding concerns about racial injustice, their safety during the coronavirus pandemic and other demands are completed.
The Pac-12 approved a 10-game conference-only schedule for football in which each team will play five home games and five road games, with the conference title game taking place on Dec. 18 or 19.
A plan for a 10-game conference-only football schedule for Pac-12 teams would include built-in bye weeks in case there are games that cannot be played as scheduled, sources told ESPN.
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A day after the Big Ten announced it would play a conference-only schedule in all sports this fall, the Pac-12 voted to do the same Friday during a meeting of athletics directors, university presidents and conference officials.
Utah's stumble at the end of the 2019 season opened up the Pac-12's South division. The Utes will battle a USC squad fighting to get back to relevancy and an Arizona State team with an exciting quarterback and a lot of unknowns.
Former Utah cornerback Ryan Lacy said Thursday that he and his family have received threats following his June 6 allegation that defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley called him the N-word at a practice prior to 2013.
Morgan Scalley will remain Utah's defensive coordinator, but will take a significant pay cut, after the school conducted an external review into his use of a racial slur in a 2013 text message.
Utah has suspended defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley for using a racial slur in a text message in 2013 and has launched an external investigation into Scalley.
Chicago rarely uses high picks on cornerbacks, but got one this year and has a need there. Johnson has a chance to be a starter before Week 1.