Norman, OK. – The 2020 football season has been full of twists, turns, highs and lows. It’s only mid-August so we can assume this will only get more intense. The COVID-19 pandemic concerns continue to be a major issue across the United States, and has caused much of the college football world to flip upside down.
Days after the Big 12 announced its modified 2020 football schedule, the conference had its latest player opt out of the upcoming season.
Oklahoma Sooners running back Kennedy Brooks will be sitting the season out per The Athletic.
Brooks has rushed for over 2,000 yards and scored 18 touchdowns at Oklahoma in just two seasons. Brooks joins Mountaineer Kerry Martin, Jr. as one of the latest Big 12 athletes to sit out the season due to COVID-19.