#WeAreUnited Players Reach Out to California Gov. for Help
A group of Pac-12 football players with the #WeAreUnited movement met with officials from the California governor's office to discuss concerns about their schools' COVID-19 protocols and protecting their college eligibility. Meanwhile, the NCAA’s highest governing body put off a decision on whether to conduct fall championship events, and is moving toward passing on making that call altogether. The Pac-12 players hope an executive order from Gov. Gavin Newsome mandating third-party oversight of COVID-19 rules at the Pac-12's four California schools ensuring players who opt out of the coming season because of coronavirus won’t lose a year of eligibility. The group is expected to meet with Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott later this week.