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Big 12 plans to move forward with fall sports

Big 12 fall sports

The Big 12 is planning to move forward with all fall sports. After a vote was cast on Tuesday, presidents of schools in the Big 12 want to attempt to make fall sports happen, regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic and other conferences postponing their sports campaigns.

Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel reported the news on Tuesday afternoon via Twitter.

The Ivy League, Pac-12 and Big Ten have already cancelled all of their fall sports activities. Their plan is to reevaluate in the spring and move forward with sports if they are safe to be played. Other conferences, such as the ACC and the SEC, have yet to announce anything officially yet. The Big 12 can also pivot if a majority of the schools’ presidents change their mind.

It is unclear as of now what the safety protocols will be regarding protecting students, coaches, fans and other team employees from COVID-19.

Featured Image courtesy of Tim Heitman/USA TODAY Sports

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