(Stats Perform) - The FCS is ready to get back on the field and command the college football spotlight this spring after conferences postponed their 2020 fall schedules due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Not all schools have decided to play this spring. In the Southland Conference, seven of 11 - all but Abilene Christian, Central Arkansas, Houston Baptist and Stephen F. Austin - will play a six-game conference schedule, which begins on Feb. 20.
Schools have the option to play up to two nonconference games. McNeese will kick off the FCS spring season at independent Tarleton on Feb. 13.