Report: Schools in Big Ten ‘moving together’ on upcoming decision for football

Dan Patrick said he was told the Big Ten chancellors and presidents will vote again this week on whether or not they will start their football season in October. He included that Michigan, Michigan State and Maryland probably won’t play regardless.

Tony Paul from the Detroit News is now saying that the schools are going to “move together” on a decision. That’s coming from Wisconsin chancellor Rebecca Blank, according to the report.

A formal vote is expected to take place later this week.

Will we see Big Ten football take place this season?

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