Big Ten Conference reportedly votes to cancel football season

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The presidents of the Big Ten schools have reportedly voted to cancel their football season.

The vote was 12-2, with Michigan and MSU voting not to play, and only Iowa and Nebraska voting to play.

A source told sports journalist Dan Patrick that the announcement will be made Tuesday, and the Pac-12 will follow suit.

The Big 12 and ACC are reportedly “on the fence” and the SEC is attempting to get other schools to join them for a season of football.

The Big Ten released a revised schedule just last week, but met over the weekend to examine the possibility of cancelling.

A number of players are posting messages all over social media with the hashtag #WeWantToPlay.


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