So much for any cuts in classes.
The TSSAA Board of Control voted Monday to keep football at nine total classes (six in Division I, three in Division II) for the next classification cycle, which will cover the next two years.
Once the TSSAA gets enrollment numbers after the 20th day of the school year, they’ll work on setting regions for the next two seasons.
Meanwhile, catch up on anything you may have missed from Monday’s news:
COVID-19 hits TSSAA’s football playoff budget plans and overall 2020-21 – Tennessean
15 Nashville area high school linebackers to watch in 2020 – Tennessean
Region 5-2A, 4-3A high school football previews – Daily News Journal
‘Dawg fight: Columbia Academy set to play Friday season opener at Clay County – Southern Middle Tennessee Sports
Ticket sales options vary for local high schools – Southern Middle Tennessee Sports
Hale’s Week One Rutherford County high school picks – Murfreesboro Post
Week One Rutherford County high school football preview – Main Street Preps