Florida High School Athletic Association votes to move forward with fall football
States are making their own decisions about high school football this fall. Some have voted to postpone football until the spring. Some have chosen to delay the start of the season.
Others are voting to play as scheduled. Per Stadium’s Brett McMurphy, the Florida High School Athletic Association has voted to move forward with fall sports.
Per McMurphy’s tweet, Florida is also one of the 15 states in the U.S. with all of its FBS programs on track to play this fall:
Florida High School Athletic Association votes to allow playing fall sports, including football. Florida also is one of 15 states in which all of its FBS programs plan to play football in the fall
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) August 14, 2020
Many states across the southeast are proceeding with football, though North Carolina did recently vote to move the season to the spring.
We’ll see if Florida is able to move safely toward playing games this fall.