The Big 12 is planning to move forward with a college football season this fall despite two other Power 5 conferences announcing the opposite on Tuesday.
The presidents for the member Big 12 schools had a call on Tuesday. During that call, the presidents agreed to keep going with a possible season, as first reported by SoonerScoop.com. The conference will also release a revised schedule after approval from the athletic directors.
Sources telling SoonerScoop's @CareyAMurdock and @Eddie_Rado Big 12 presidents will allow conference to move forward toward a season and a revised Big 12 schedule will be released after approval from AD's during tonight's meetings.
— SoonerScoop.com (@SoonerScoop) August 12, 2020
The Big Ten and Pac-12 announced that they will not be playing college football this fall and that they will be looking to 2021 instead.
The ACC and SEC are the other two power conferences. Both are currently holding firm on their plans to play a college football season this fall.