Connecticut became the 38th state on Friday to announce a plan to play the 2020 football season in the fall, albeit a six-game regular schedule with a two-week start delay. The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference revealed the plan with its entire fall season that included a Sept. 24 football kickoff.

The state's governing high school sports body, in its 100th season, made Aug. 17 the first day of football practice and Sept. 18 the first date teams can scrimmage. The playoffs are scheduled for Nov. 2-15.

All other fall sports in Connecticut — cross country, field hockey, soccer, swimming and volleyball — also were given Sept. ...

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