Big Ten Considers Resuming Fall Football – The Wall Street Journal

The Big Ten’s Council of Presidents and Chancellors met remotely on Sunday to revisit the conference’s decision to postpone college football and other fall sports seasons until 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic, raising the possibility of a dramatic reversal by one of the nation’s most prominent leagues.

The council didn’t take a vote, people familiar with the matter said, and it wasn’t clear when it might. But the mere chance that it could jump start the 2020 season is an indicator of the powerful role that lucrative…

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