Mississippi Junior Colleges Decide to Step Out on Their Own and Play Football This Fall

If the Mississippi Association of Community Colleges has its way, there will be junior college football played in the Magnolia State this fall.

The MACC voted on Friday to delay the start of the football season until Oct. 1 with teams playing a six-game schedule that will only consist of division games. The season will conclude with a playoff.

“The MACC will continue to evaluate COVID-19 and its impact on our student-athletes,” the MACC said in a statement.

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