Sankey said that scheduling options for playing football in the fall of 2020 also were discussed. Ultimately, though, no action was taken to alter the current plans for an early-September kick off for the season.
“We had a productive meeting … and engaged in discussions on a number of important issues that will contribute to critical decisions to be made in the weeks ahead,” Sankey said. “The ability to personally interact over the course of an entire day contributed to the productivity of the meeting.”
Georgia AD Greg McGarity could not be reached for comment.