(Stats Perform) - FCS conference commissioners have talked this offseason about how the 2020 college football season may lack "competitive equity."
It sounds a bit odd on the surface considering conferences usually promote a level playing field for their schools, but 2020 is unlike any year we've known. If and when games happen, one team may have logged more offseason activities and practice time than its opponent, or one might be playing its third game and the other may be kicking off its campaign. Hence, the lack of competitive equity.
The scenario has schools recognizing they may have to throw "the fairness thing out the window and just be really excited if we can have college football this fall," Big Sky Conference commissioner Tom Wistrcill said.