Pac-12 players’ union calls grow after decision to postpone until 2021

The Ralphie Report: It was a tough day for the future of college athletics with the Big Ten and Pac-12 saying there will be “no further action” in 2020. Shortly after the announcements were made by both conferences, people had mixed emotions on how the remaining three Power Five schools might start a college football season in two weeks.

In the wake of Pac-12’s CEO group voting unanimously to postpone the 2020 season to Jan. 2021, the #WeAreUnited unity group released a statement in dissent of the ruling. The calls for a unified player representation grew louder as the group denounced how the conference handled the entire process to move the season into next year.







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