With the sports world on hiatus due to the outbreak of COVID-19, everyone is keying in on whether or not fall college sports will happen. Most SEC schools have announced that they will hold on-campus classes this fall, which is step one in allowing fall sports to happen.

While speaking during a virtual TAF Coaches Caravan, LSU athletic director Scott Woodward outlined a potential timeline for student-athletes returning to campus.

“We were the first ones to get our staff back in football,” Woodward said, via The Advocate’s Scott Rabalais. “We’re getting ready for Phase II, which is to get our student-athletes back.

“I see some time in June our student-athletes getting back to campus and us being able to take care of them better at home.”

Obviously, this will differ by state, but assuming most SEC states are like Louisiana, getting student-athletes back on campus in June could mean a push to start the season on time. The season could also be delayed to ensure athletes are in shape enough to play a full season.

Woodward also commented on the season’s potential start time and fans attending games.