COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Big Ten has approved plans to begin a fall football season as early as mid-October, according to several published reports.
This is subject to change, but sources told the station that practice would likely start within the next two weeks.
The season would include 8 games, with the 2 top teams in each division playing one another for the Big Ten Championship.
It’s unclear whether fans will be allowed to attend games, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
Ohio State Senator Matt Huffman announced Tuesday he is introducing a new resolution in the Ohio Senate asking the conference to reconsider its decision to postpone fall sports.
Two of Ohio State’s most highly-regraded players have announced they will opt out of a football season as they prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
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