While there are still many unknowns due to COVID-19, conferences have allowed student-athletes back on campus for voluntary individual workouts.
Additionally, the NCAA has approved their plan which would allow college football to kick off on time. The next steps are:
July 13: Team workouts including weight training and film sessions
July 24: Team meetings and walk-throughs
August 7: First day of practice
August 29: Kickoff for zero weekend games. Big 12/Pac-12 games: Cal at UNLV, Hawaii at Arizona and UCLA at New Mexico State
September 3-6: Opening weekend games. Big 12/ Pac-12 games: Oregon State at Oklahoma State, Washington State at Utah State, BYU at Utah, Northern Arizona at Arizona State, Alabama at USC (AT&T Stadium), South Dakota at Iowa State, South Florida at Texas, New Hampshire at Kansas, Michigan at Washington, Portland State at Arizona, Oregon at North Dakota State, William & Mary at Stanford, TCU at Cal, UCLA at Hawaii, Texas Tech at UTEP and Ole Miss at Baylor
By early August, we expect to universities to start sharing their plans to host crowds and ESPN to provide us our game date. That will allow us to both update our events calendar as well as start instituting the appropriate safety protocols.
While there are more important priorities right now than sporting events, our goal is to have the 2020 Valero Alamo Bowl again bring our city together in celebration while showcasing everything that makes San Antonio such a special place to 6+ million ESPN viewers across the nation.
Be well and thank you for your support.