Oklahoma expects to start high school football on-time according to the head of the state’s governing body

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On Thursday, David Jackson, the executive director of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association told reports on a Zoom call that the state is still shooting to start the Fall season as scheduled.

“Our plan is to move forward as scheduled with those activities, knowing that before we start competitions, there may have to be a delay, or if we do get started, there can and probably likely will be interruptions where we have to stop for a while and start again.” Jackson told reporters.

However, Jackson did say there is still a possibility, given the ever-changing situation with the coronavirus pandemic that Fall sports could be moved to the Spring.

Fall camps are scheduled to open August 10.

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