The NCAA Division I Council’s decision on Wednesday has put the wheels in motion towards college football being played. Now with a plan in place to bring student-athletes back to campus in early June, we might have a timetable for when the college football season will begin.

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott appeared with SEC commissioner Greg Sankey on CNN. During the interview, both conference officials talked about the plans to bring student-athletes back safely and outlined when college football cans could see their teams play in 2020.

"If things continue to progress in a positive direction, then training camp for football could start as early as late july and we could be on a nice glide path to the start of the college football season at the end of August," Scott said, via CNN.