As of today, coaches at multiple Pac-12, California based programs had not yet been able to even return to their offices.
In speaking with multiple Pac-12 coaches over the past week there was a significant level of concern for being able to play any games this Fall at all.
This afternoon, however, brought a bit of good news.
The State of California announced interim guidance specific to college staffs that seemingly should provide a path to teams beginning Fall camp soon in the coming weeks.
Of note, the guidance only requires teams to "consider testing at least 25% of their team and staff population every week."
If teams can demonstrate they can handle camp with no significant uptick in cases; hopefully this will lead to California allowing games to be played. Hopefully.
Tip of the cap to Jon Wilner for shedding light on this news.
As always, stay tuned to The Scoop for the latest coaching information.