While Big Ten administrators have voted to cancel the 2020 football season, according to The Detroit Free Press, the Pac-12 has not yet come to that conclusion, according to Pac-12 insider Jon Wilner of The Mercury News.
Wilner is reporting that the conference won’t make that decision until Tuesday “at the earliest.”
Source: #Pac12 presidents have not made final decision to cancel. And they won't until tomorrow at the earliest.— Jon Wilner (@wilnerhotline) August 10, 2020
Wilner’s tweet comes a few hours after radio host Dan Patrick reported on air that the Pac-12 and Big Ten had decided to cancel their seasons, while the SEC is still hoping to play and the Big 12 and ACC are on the fence.
But a Pac-12 source told Sports Illustrated’s Emily Caron that “this thing is changing by the hour.” Another Pac-12 source told her that normal meetings—”not emergency or panic calls”—are taking place Monday and Tuesday to discuss a vote.