Ty and Dan react to news that the Big Ten, and perhaps other conferences, will not be playing non-conference games this fall. Plus, the Ivy League’s precedent, “pauses” at Ohio State and North Carolina, and major cuts at Stanford. And, amid an uncertain outlook, a proposal to make college football as drivable as possible.
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Links from the show:
- Ivy League scraps college football and fall sports for 2020, will evaluate feasibility of playing in spring
- Big Ten football reduces season schedule to only conference games, maybe setting stage for others to follow
- Ohio State Football Pauses Voluntary Workouts After Latest Coronavirus Test Results
- UNC football pauses workouts after high number of positive COVID-19 tests among athletic teams
- Stanford to cut 11 varsity sports, cites pandemic as breaking point
- Wisconsin vs. Northwestern game scheduled for Wrigley Field relocated amid coronavirus complications
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