The SEC has made strides towards resuming college sports by allowing voluntary workouts to resume next month.
It has been debated whether or not their will be a college football season in the fall, but the SEC has taken a step in the right direction.
The conference announced Friday that voluntary workouts will be allowed starting on June 8.
Athletes who choose to workout will be screened and those with symptoms of COVID-19 will be tested for the virus.
Earlier this week, the NCAA announced that athletes could return to campus on June 1.
With Mizzou’s football team bringing in a new coaching staff and an almost entirely new offense, it is important for the Tigers to begin working as soon as possible, while also being safe and sanitary.