Big Ten voted 11-3 to postpone fall football season, docs show

ESPN: Big Ten presidents and chancellors voted 11-3 to postpone the fall football season, the league confirmed Monday in a brief and two affidavits filed in response to a lawsuit from eight Nebraska players.

The Big Ten’s brief targets “three incorrect and unsupportable assertions” in the players’ lawsuit, which focused on the vote and the process that led to the Aug. 11 decision to postpone the fall season. Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren on Aug. 19 confirmed the vote, saying that the league’s council of presidents and chancellors were “overwhelmingly in support” of the postponement.







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