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McKENZIE — The Bethel Wildcats will play a seven-game football schedule beginning in February 2021. The fall schedule was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The Wildcats open play at home, …
McKENZIE — The Bethel Wildcats will play a seven-game football schedule beginning in February 2021. The fall schedule was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wildcats open play at home, hosting the UPike Bears on February 19 at Wildcat Stadium.
A release concerning fan attendance will be made available soon.
The Cats will have only three home games with four slated on the road. All games will be Bluegrass Division contests.
2/19/21 — University of Pikeville — 7 p.m.
2/26/21 — @ Thomas More University — 5 p.m.
3/5/21 — @ Campbellsville University — 5 p.m.
3/12/21 — University of the Cumberlands — 7 p.m.
3/19/21 — @ Georgetown College — 6 p.m.
3/26/21 — Open
4/2/21 — Cumberland University — 7 p.m. (Senior Night)
4/9/21 — @ Lindsey Wilson College — 6 p.m.
All games are CST.
All games subject to change.
Game times subject to change.
Homecoming to be announced later.
Mid-South Conference officials also released the 2020-21 Bluegrass Division football composite schedule.
All eight Bluegrass teams will play a seven-game schedule beginning on February 19, 2021 with the final game of the regular season slated for April 9, 2021. There is a built-in open week for all eight teams on March 26 for any games that may be postponed during the first five weeks of competition.
The MSC administrative council voted to change the mandated 1:30 p.m. CT kickoff on Saturdays to Fridays for the 2020-21 season to help alleviate scheduling pressures with all sports being contested in the spring.
The Bluegrass Division administrative council voted to postpone the 2020 fall season on August 11 due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.
NAIA officials announced on July 31 that the NAIA Football Championship Series would be moved to spring 2021. On August 20, NAIA officials announced that the FCS championship game is slated for Monday, May 10, 2021, at Eddie G. Robinson Stadium in Grambling, Louisiana.
The FCS begins on April 17 with the first round of the 16-team playoff.