NCAA Football Oversight Committee Approves Proposed Preseason Model

NCAA Football

WACO — The NCAA Football Oversight Committee finalized their proposed preseason model on Wednesday setting forth a plan for teams to work towards the season starting on Labor Day Weekend.

According to a release from the NCAA, assuming a School starts their season on September 5th, athletes may be required to participate in up to eight hours of weight training, conditioning and film review per week from July 13-23, with no more than two hours of film study.

From July 24 through August 6th, student-athletes may be required to participate in up to 20 hours of “countable athletically related activities per week” not exceeding four hours per day. Teams will be able to use a football during these walk-throughs

The July 24th – August 6th stretch also allows for:

  • Up to eight hours per week for Strength and condition work
  • Up to six hours per week for walk-throughs.
  • Up to six hours per week for meetings, film, team meetings, position meetings, and one-on-one meetings.

To read the full release, click here.

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