The Big 10 didn’t vote Sunday to play football, but it could happen at any moment.
The B1G started holding meetings over the weekend to get the wheels spinning on a fall football season starting in October, and some thought university leaders would vote Sunday for games to happen. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
To my Big 10 brothers, do not be discouraged, trust the process and make your voice heard. Let them know #WeWantToPlay.
— Justin Fields (@justnfields) September 13, 2020
That didn’t happen, but Pete Thamel reported that the vote is “expected soon,” but there’s no official known timetable.
He also added that “there’s a lot of optimism,” which has been echoed by everyone monitoring the situation.
Sources: A comprehensive plan has been presented to the 14 Big Ten presidents/chancellors today, with an emphasis on medical protocols that have changed in recent weeks and are available to the league. No timetable set on vote, but expected soon. There’s a lot of optimism.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) September 13, 2020
The Big 10 circus continues, but things are starting to look up. At this point, I see