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Big Ten Commissioner Talks Football Season Resuming

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The Big Ten will play football this fall. In a unanimous decision, the conference decided to resume play starting the weekend of Oct. 24. Controversy surrounded the conference’s previous decision to postpone play because other conferences like the Southeastern Conference, Atlantic Coast Conference and others are playing football this season. …

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Big Ten to Play Football in October

Big Ten Conference officials announced Wednesday that its football season will begin the weekend of Oct. 24. The Big Ten was notably the first conference to announce the postponement of football due to COVID-19 in August. Why the Reversal? Given that the conference was quite gung-ho in its August push …

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Issues That Remain in College Sports

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For six of the 10 FBS conferences, college football is starting soon. Most are understanding of the decision by the other four conferences to opt-out of playing in the fall. However, some issues stand out as a result of the differences in decision making. A major one appears to be …

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Big Ten, Pac-12 Postpone Seasons

This story is currently in development As August drags on, whether we have college football or not remains uncertain. Two FBS conferences have already decided to not play this fall: the Mountain West and the MAC. However, no Power Five conferences had made official decisions entering Tuesday. The two Power …

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Big 12 Announces Scheduling Format 2020

The uncertainty of COVID-19 has forced college football to change how it will go about executing the upcoming 2020 season. In terms of Power 5 Conferences, the Big Ten was the first to come out and announce that its schedule would be modified. The PAC-12 and ACC followed suit. After …

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No Decision on SEC Football Yet

The world of sports is still trying to adjust its schedules to COVID-19’s uncertainties. Some professional leagues have already restarted their seasons. Others are close to doing so. The next up to decide its fate is college athletics; more specifically, the fate of college football. Conferences have started to develop …

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