Ohio State, Iowa, Penn State football parents speak out on Big Ten decision

ESPN: Frustrated parents of football players at Ohio State, Iowa and Penn State are speaking out against the Big Ten’s decision to postpone the football season to the spring, questioning the process and the conference leadership, and are asking the league for further consideration and input.

Iowa parents on Friday hand-delivered a letter to the conference headquarters in Chicago, requesting a meeting with commissioner Kevin Warren to ask questions “and get direct answers and to have a say in the decision-making process.”

Ohio State and Penn State parents also shared letters demanding answers from Warren on Saturday.

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