The "what-ifs" of a college football season

PFFs Seth Galina weighs in!

Evan Heffelfinger
August 20, 2020 - 2:59 pm
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So far in the NCAA, multiple conferences (including the Big Ten and PAC-12) have decided to at the very least postpone the college football season until at least the spring due to COVID-19.

While those two are big conferences, some of the biggest ones haven't cancelled the season yet, like the ACC and SEC.

With so many questions surrounding the season, will it finish? Will it even start?


Seth Galina, Senior College Football Analyst for Pro Football Focus, joined Bill on Thursday to talk about the possible College Football season, the long lasting effects, and more:

- What are his thoughts on the way some conferences have handled this covid situation? 

- What are the odds this college football season will be seen through? 

- How big of an asterisk will there be on this season if it is completed?

- How will the Heisman race be affected by this? 

Listen to the full interview below!