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The week after week plans for each of the 76 FBS groups appear to go through updates consistently, with groups dropping or rescheduling dependent on the most recent data on the COVID-19 pandemic. All things considered, the first FBS football match-ups are set to occur in under seven days, denoting the beginning of one of the most peculiar college football seasons in its 151-year history.

The initial end of the week highlights nine games, however individuals wanting to see Power 5 portrayal should hold up one more week. By and large, it’s a befuddling, inconsistent circumstance that can change at some random second.

College Football Schedules and Timeline

The principal game including a FBS group will commence on Thursday, Sept. 3. UAB (Conference USA) will have FCS rival Central Arkansas at 8 p.m., trailed by South Alabama (Sun Belt) going to take on Southern Miss (C-USA) at 9 p.m. ET.

The primary fall Saturday games kick off two days after the fact on Sept. 5. Six challenges involving autonomous, Group of 5 and FCS groups will happen. The initial few days of the 2020 school football season will finish up on Labor Day as Navy (AAC) has autonomous BYU.

As it stands now, just five games will be broadly broadcast during school football’s initial end of the week: ESPN will communicate BYU-Navy, Eastern Kentucky-Marshall, SMU-Texas State and Arkansas State-Memphis. CBS Sports Network will communicate South Alabama-Southern Miss.

The ACC is booked to be the main Power 5 meeting to play in 2020, beginning with Miami on Sept. 10. All things considered, four of the ACC’s 15 groups — Virginia, Boston College, N.C. State and Virginia Tech — won’t play their recently booked openers during the seven day stretch of Sept 7-12. Virginia and Boston College had their nonconference games dropped, while the N.C. State-Virginia Tech opener was allegedly moved to Sept. 26 after the Wolfpack endured a COVID-19 flare-up. The ACC’s 11-game timetable incorporates one nonconference challenge and 10 meeting challenges before finishing up with the title game on either Dec. 12 or 19.