CHSAA's four-season plan calls for fall sports, but bumps gridiron action back to March.
Fall sports calendar starts Sept. 24, includes six gridiron contests plus playoffs.
Illinois becomes the sixth state to move football to the spring; Kentucky, Florida, Texas and Georgia to delay football seasons; Indiana, Michigan, Alabama and Oklahoma vote to keep seasons on time and intact.
Silver State joins California, New Mexico, Washington, Virginia to delay starting athletics.
Three top recruits have decision as Apple State moves gridiron to March start.
State divides all sports into two seasons with football starting in January.
Pelican State is flooded with talented receivers and a Manning whose talent is undeniable.
Coronavirus forces states to look at alternate plans for tradition calendars.
Phillip Blanks hailed as hero after saving life of child thrown from third-story apartment.
IMG Academy dominates Sunshine State squad while Central, Northwestern, St. Thomas Aquinas all represent well.
State Activities Association releases statement to follow 2020-21 calendar as planned if allowed.
Five defensive backs make the Sooner State elite list.
Rutgers scores big with nine commitments from top 25 Garden State seniors.
With more states looking into possibility of flipping football to winter or spring, top recruits may face tough choice.
Many states tightening belt due to recent surge in COVID-19 cases but GHSA easing restrictions.