The Big South Conference has postponed football and other fall sports to the spring of 2021, becoming the 10th FCS league to opt out of a fall football season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeff Hartsell is a two-time S.C. sportswriter of the year who has covered Clemson, South Carolina, The Citadel, College of Charleston and high school beats, as well as professional golf and tennis events in Charleston.
On a dramatic day that will change college football for the 2020 season and beyond, two of the sport's Power Five conferences – the Big Ten and the Pac-12 – opted not to play this fall.
Despite a #WeWantToPlay movement spearheaded by Clemson players over the weekend, the 2020 college football season seemed to be teetering on the brink of cancellation on Monday.
Citadel linemen Ronald Prince (left) and Thomas Crawford at the Bulldogs' first preseason practice Friday. Provided/Citadel Athletics
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The Southern Conference could push back the start of its football season as the league awaits further clarity on the fate of the FCS playoffs and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on college campuses.