By Peter Gleason
The Detroit Free Press is reporting that the Big 10 has voted to cancel the 2020 college football season in a historic move that stems from concerns related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A formal announcement is expected Tuesday, the sources said.
The presidents voted, 12-2, yesterday to end the fall sports in the conference. Michigan and Michigan State — which both has physicians as presidents — voted to end the season, sources said. Only Nebraska and Iowa voted to play, Dan Patrick said on his radio show today.
The move comes two days after the Mid-American Conference became the first in the FBS to cancel ts season.