Husker 247: The future of the 2020 college football season currently hangs in the balance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the scheduling changes that were made throughout late July and early August, reports on Sunday indicate the season might be canceled. Although it appears those representing Nebraska are fighting to the end to try to change that.
National sports broadcaster Dan Patrick went a step further on his radio show on Monday, citing a source saying the Big Ten is expected to cancel its 2020 season on Tuesday. He then added that the league’s 14 schools held a vote on the season and only two of those schools voted in favor of playing this season. Those schools were Iowa and Nebraska. On the show, Patrick shared information on a conversation that he had with the source that told him about the Big Ten’s stance.
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