It looks like the Big Ten has reversed course on fall sports, at least football.
Yesterday the league’s chancellors and presidents voted unanimously to begin the season next month according to RTV6.
Play will begin the weekend of October 23.
Coaches, trainers and players will have daily antigen testing and results must be available before each game and practice.
If positive cases get too high, they will be able to stop play. Updates on other fall and winter Big Ten sports are expected to come in the near future.