Great news for college football fans, the Sun Belt Conference is moving forward as scheduled.

The Sun Belt announced on Tuesday that its season will start during Labor Day Weekend and that teams will be playing an 8-game conference slate with the option of playing up to four non-conference games.

The Sun Belt is divided by two divisions. The East Division: Appy State, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Troy and Coastal Carolina. The West Division: Louisiana, Arkansas State, ULM, Texas State and South Alabama.

Sun Belt games may even start as early as Week 0.

Here is the official announcement from the Sun Belt:

After extensive discussions and careful deliberation among the Sun Belt Conference Presidents and Chancellors, Athletics Directors, SBC COVID-19 Advisory Panel, medical advisors, and other governance groups, the Sun Belt Conference announced today that its football season will begin over Labor Day weekend.

Sun Belt member institutions have focused since June on a safe return to athletic activities. We believe this timetable will allow for the healthy integration of the entire campus community for each Sun Belt member.

The 2020 Sun Belt Conference football season will be comprised of an 8-conference game schedule with an option for each member to add as many as four non-conference opponents, beginning with Week Zero. The Sun Belt will host a football championship game on December 5 between the East Division and West Division champions. If necessary, the date of the championship game may be adjusted.

The Sun Belt Conference will continue to monitor health trends across our communities. Sun Belt Presidents and Chancellors, Athletics Directors, the COVID-19 Advisory Panel, and medical advisors will continue to review data to ensure a safe return to activities and competition. Our data review will cross seven states and 12 counties and include, among other things, infection rates, hospitalization rates, local health directives, advancements in COVID-19 testing and campus, department and team health trends.

We will continue to provide updates on the league’s activities as the impact of the pandemic continues to evolve.