Minnesota becomes eighth state to move high school football to the Spring

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Minnesota is moving its high school football season to the Spring of 2021. The Minnesota State High School League made the announcement on Tuesday after a proposal to play during the Fall was rejected.

The MSHSL voted 12-6 against playing a six-game regular season in the Fall. Then the state’s governing body approved playing a six-game regular season starting in mid-March with a postseason to be determined at a later date.

The other states that have moved high school football to next year are: California, Illinois, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, Virginia and Washington.

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