There are currently 512 Junior Colleges in the country through 45 states, and today they will make a decision for their football season.
Last week the CCCAA, a Community College League with 66 football teams announced all fall sports were moving to the spring.
The National Junior College Athletic Association’s president Dr. Christopher Parker said teams would move to a spring season, playing up to 8 games with practice beginning in March, according to Max Olson of TheAthletic.com.
“We would like to play football this fall,” Parker said. “But I think from a national perspective, moving it is probably the right decision holistically.”
Going towards an eight-game spring football schedule is “the direction it would be heading in”.
This will not be a huge decision at the JUCO level, but all leagues are likely considering it.