Plenty of notable items happened on Tuesday, but the most notable of them was Metro Schools’ decision to put sports off until further notice.
It leaves the 13 Division I teams in Davidson County hanging in limbo on whether they’ll get to play at all this season.
It’s also causing coaches to become creative with scheduling, as some teams are preparing “backup plans” in case Metro is shut down for the season.
Speaking of scheduling, several games are moving from Friday to Thursday with the remnants of Hurricane Laura forecasted to cross into Middle Tennessee on Friday. Others may still wind up moving after announcements on Wednesday. We’ll keep the Week 2 schedule updated as changes are announced.
In the meantime, catch up on what you might have missed Tuesday:
- Director: Metro Schools sports postponed ‘until further notice’
- Tennessee Super 25 high school football rankings after Week 1
- Daily News Journal
- Oakland football struggling to find opponents
- Southern Middle Tennessee Sports
- Updated Week 2 schedule
- Williamson Home Page
- Metro Public Health addresses return of sports, which affects Father Ryan, FRA
- Football games begin to move to Thursday with storms approaching
- Main Street Preps
- Metro Nashville schools won’t play sports until further notice
- Weather forecast shakes up Week 2 football schedule