High school football practice could resume in Massachusetts on Feb. 22., according to reports.
The future of the 2020 season, which was slated to begin in March, was a main topic of discussion during the MIAA Football Committee meeting Tuesday, according to The Boston Herald.
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The committee will likely decide how many games would be played and whether there is any potential for a postseason tournament at its next football meeting on Oct. 14., the Herald reported.
Members are considering allowing teams to start conditioning training a week before the February start, coinciding with winter vacation, followed by a seven-game regular season and two possible postseason games.
Plans would need approval from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.