Southeastern Conference Comissioner Greg Sankey has no response on Wednesday to a report that said the league’s athletics directors had agreed on a 10-game conference-only season for 2020.

Earlier, Sports Illustrated reporter Ross Dellenger said on his Twitter account that the league was leaning to that model.

“It is not appropriate to respond to anonymous sources and speculation. We continue our discussions focused on the return of fall sports, including football. We will announce any decisions at the appropriate time.”

Dellenger’s post on Twitter said “The SEC is moving closer to a conference-only 10-game schedule, sources tell @SINow.

ADs agreed on the matter Wednesday and presidents are expected to meet Thursday, though they may delay a decision until next week.

This is a fluid situation.”

Alabama officials had no comment on the content of the meetings as of Wednesday afternoon

Presidents and chancellors from the Atlantic Coast Conference met on Wednesday and announced the league will go to a 10-plus-one model this fall, playing 10 conference games and one nonconference game.

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