There may not be a college football season to prepare for, at least not one coming up as regularly scheduled this fall. But that isn't stopping Arizona State coach Herm Edwards from proceeding like there was a game on the horizon.
The Sun Devils were originally scheduled to open the season on Sept. 3 at home against Northern Arizona.
Then when the Pac-12 scrapped non-conference play the opener was supposed to be Sept. 26 against rival Arizona in Tucson.
Then came the announcement that the conference was following the lead of the Big 10 and not planning to play until January at the earliest due to the coronavirus pandemic which has wreaked havoc on sports schedules since March.