NCAA Approves Football Preseason Practice Plan
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The NCAA Division I Council approved a six-week preseason practice plan for football programs across the country.
News of the NCAA’s approval arrived on Wednesday, June 17.
The news of the Council’s approval came less than a week after the NCAA Football Oversight Committee approved the six-week preseason practice plan.
With the Council’s approval, programs will be allowed to begin summer activities with access to players starting on July 13.
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Additionally, if teams play during Week 0, they will be able to begin the preseason plan one week earlier.
On July 13, student-athletes will be allowed to participate in strength workouts and film study with coaches.
Meetings and walk-throughs for football teams can start on July 24.
Preseason practice will commence on August 7.