SJ - August 28, 2020
The Big 10 and the Pac 12 canceled their fall season just a little over two weeks ago. Now, after complaints by the parents of several players in the conference and a lawsuit by eight Nebraska players, they're reportedly reconsidering that decision.
Reports are that the Big 10 is now discussing the possibility of starting an eight game season during the week of Thanksgiving.
Now, just 17 days after the Big Ten officially canceled the season new reports suggest that the conference is backtracking and is discussing the possibility of starting football season on Thanksgiving week.
This latest report, via USA Today, comes just a day after it was made public that eight Nebraska football players filed a lawsuit against the conference seeking reversals of its decision to postpone the fall sports season. Coaches around the league continue to work on a revised schedule and the lawsuit has pushed things to a new level creating a conversation about starting the season during the holiday.
SOURCE: Big Ten coaches are meeting on a call right now. Am told "it's a real possibility" that the Big Ten may try to reverse course and play later this fall. https://t.co/lbZJePwUbG
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) August 28, 2020
Who knew all they needed to do was have players sue the Big 10 to get them to reconsider canceling the season? I wonder if this news will get Max Kellerman's panties all in a bunch.
Are the Big 10's players, family and fans stupid too, Max? Or are they not living in fear like you and your superior intellect are?