2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- Big Ten nixes fall football season, eyes spring
- Big Ten players follow Pac-12, form unity group
- Big Ten to start Sept. 3; Michigan-OSU on Oct. 24
- Illinois' Bonner to sit out over COVID-19 concern
The Big Ten Conference has decided to postpone all fall sports, including football, and will look to play those sports in the spring.
Following the lead of their peers in the Pac-12, Big Ten players have formed a unity group to address athlete concerns.
The Big Ten football schedule has two bye weeks built in for each team, with the regular season ending Nov. 21 and the conference title game on Dec. 5. There is ample flexibility to account for games that need to be rescheduled.
The reason Illinois running back Ra'Von Bonner will sit out the 2020 season is because of concerns about COVID-19, he told the Chicago Tribune.
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