For those anxiously anticipating the beginning of college football, you got good news today.
The Southeastern Conference approved voluntary on-campus workouts for student-athletes beginning on June 8th.
The nation’s premier college football conference made the allowance with the guidance that the workouts be conducted “under strict supervision of designated university personnel and safety guidelines developed by each institution.”
Texas Governor Greg Abbott, whose state is home to one SEC school, recently expressed optimism that the college football season would start on time, with at least some fans in attendance.
“Our goal right now is to have college football season start as planned with fans in stands,” Abbott told KXAN.