As we move toward the middle of June, players are returning to campuses across the country to prepare for the 2020 college football season.

However, a finalized plan for when practices and other football-related activities can start has yet to be announced, but that could be changing.

Per Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger (and shared by 247Sports’ Brandon Marcello below), the NCAA is expected to approve a 6-week plan to build up to the 2020 season:

As you can see above, voluntary and virtual activities are cleared now. Then, on July 13, summer access would begin. From there, things progress up to the start of the preseason (beginning on Aug. 7).

The plan is to start the 2020 regular season as scheduled on Sept. 5. Can that be accomplished? We’ll see if the NCAA finalizes the plan soon and then, from there, we’ll monitor what happens moving forward.