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Mountain West Football Virtual Media Days Postponed

The event was planned for July 27th through the 29th, no new date has been scheduled.

The Mountain West conference logo at the 25-yard line is seen prior to a game between the Air Force Falcons and Georgia State Panthers at Falcon Stadium. The Falcons won 48-14. Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

The Mountain West Conference officially announced earlier today that they will be postponing their 2020 football virtual media days.

The Mountain West released a statement this afternoon:

The Pac-12 will also be delaying their virtual media days until further notice, aligning with their west coast conference partner. Unlike the Pac-12, however, the Mountain West has yet to make a decision regarding their fall sports schedule for the 2020 season. As announced last week, the Pac-12 will be shifting to a conference-only schedule this year.

The Media Days normally mark the unofficial start of the upcoming college football season as they are held just before the opening of fall training camps. Under usual circumstances, media members are allowed to interview two players and the head coach of each Mountain West schools, but the unlikelihood of this occurring is increasing as the season draws near.