It looks like there will be a JUCO football season in Mississippi this fall after all.
When the NJCAA decided to push its football season to the spring, the representative from the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) chose to abstain from the vote saying that they felt it was too early to make a final decision. Now, the MACJC is reportedly working to finalize a plan for a fall football season beginning in October.
WCBI’s Courtney Robb was the first to report the news that the association is planning to approve a 6-game, division-only schedule that will allow the MACJC’s member institutions to take the field this fall.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
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