ESPN: Given all the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, the ACC has a list of considerations in place that could potentially trigger the postponement of the season, including the likely cancellation of the national championship and other postseason opportunities.
At least eight ACC football teams need to continue forward with games in order for the season to continue, with any number below that possibly leading to a postponement, according to a document released by Virginia Tech on Saturday.
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