Scott Frost approves of NCAA’s proposed six-week practice plan

On Wednesday, the NCAA's Division I Council will vote on a proposal for a six-week practice plan to guide college football teams into the fall practice period.

LINCOLN – On Wednesday, the NCAA’s Division I Council will vote on a proposal for a six-week practice plan to guide college football teams into the fall practice period.

Scott Frost gave his thoughts on the plan during his press conference over Zoom on Tuesday.

“You know, I think one of the reasons we’re looking at that plan is because early on in this we started looking at four, five and six-week models to return to play,” Frost said. “I think they’ve been kind of stubbornly holding onto those models even though a lot of people are getting their kids back to campus. That being said I am in favor of it because we missed spring ball. Missing spring practice like we did just sets you back as far as knowing ‘X’s and ‘O’s. Being able to operate as a team and having a little extra time before camp starts to get walk-throughs and get some of that done. I definitely benefits everyone that missed spring ball.”

Here is the full proposal released by the NCAA’s Oversight Committee. The Division I Council will vote on it on Wednesday.

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