WATCH: 1-on-1 with Attorney General Dave Yost on Ohio State football & the Big Ten

Top Stories

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH)– Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost says he would recommend Ohio State sue the Big Ten if there is no football season this year.

Yost says if the Big Ten cancels the season, it would be in violation of contracts and cost the university a significant amount of money.

“This is all about contract action — a violation of contract, and if you violate a contract and the other person loses money, you could be sued for that and that’s what we’re talking about,” Yost said.

The attorney general has yet to discuss a possible lawsuit with university leaders. He said that will happen after a decision in the event one is made to cancel the season.

A spokesperson for Ohio State told NBC4 that no one with the university would comment on the recommendation.

A request for comment from the Big Ten has not been returned.

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

More As Seen on 2 NEWS
2019 TRICK OR TREAT TIMES

Trending Stories

Don't Miss

BestReviews

More BestReviews

Latest News Videos

James Hamilton details abuse of 6-year-old, siblings before child's death

Dayton Unit NAACP hosts candidate forum so residents can get answers

Help for veterans exposed to toxic burn pits: Congress says more needs to be done

Pfizer booster rollout begins in Clark County

Clark County begins Pfizer booster rollout

9-27 Bellbrook Police theft suspect

More News