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Sports leagues everywhere are trying to get a semblance of normalcy. Some leagues’s timelines have been interrupted, so it is difficult for them to resume their season. But some sports leagues are yet to begin, and they are trying their best to follow the initial schedule and timeline set for this season. Football is one of those sports, as the seasons usually do not begin until September.
If you want to be an online bookie, you have to make sure that you are all set up before everything gets busy again. It helps to know the schedule of the different sports leagues. The NCAA football is still on schedule, much to the relief of those who own a bookie pay per head operation.
The tentative start date for the league is on September 7, between the Bulldogs against Virginia in Atlanta. As early as now, we are already seeing action in sportsbooks thanks to sportsbook pay per head providers offering lines for bookies.While September is still a few months away, teams will need a lot of time for training.
Starting June, some players were already back in campus and doing solo training to get into shape. These voluntary workouts, however, will now hopefully continue to team workouts by mid-July. According to the 6-week plan released by the NCAA council, team training will being with a “Summer Access” period from July 15 to 25. By end of July, there should be walk-throughs to get them ready for the season.
Of course, players and staff will be adjusting to new safety protocols, from training up to the games itself. AS for NCAA basketball, we are still keeping an eye out for a similar announcement.