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Over the past couple of days, there has been a lot of smoke surrounding the Big Ten reportedly reconsidering the idea of cancelling the football season this year.  And when there’s smoke, there’s typically fire.

Back on August 10th, the Big Ten Conference voted to cancel Fall sports this season by an overwhelming vote of 10-2.  However, since then, players and players’ parents have spoken out and pushed for a season this year.

The Big Ten has been rumored to be working on a deal with its members to play and now it appears that it is “very close” to happening.

 

According to David Hookstead of The Daily Caller, “Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and Nebraska are reportedly nearing an agreement to play their own football season starting in late September that would be 10 games.”  Hookstead added, “A source said it’s ‘very close’ to being a done deal.  Let’s go!”

 

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