It’s old news by now: earlier this month, the SEC cancelled all remaining spring competitions amid COVID-19 concerns. Outlined in an official announcement, the plans to halt play include abandoning spring football scrimmages, events that are open to the public and free to attend at most schools.
Spring football practices have been postponed indefinitely.
In the college football world, it’s hard to imagine that any individual or team benefits from a delayed practice schedule. Maybe a starter with a minor injury has enough extra time to be cleared for full participation, but that’s the only hypothetical that comes to mind.