Big 10 Coaches React To Expected Cancellation Of Season

Pittsburgh (93.7 The Fan) - With Big 10 university presidents and chancellors reportedly set to cancel the conference's football season, several coaches have pushed back. Penn State's James Franklin and Ohio State's Ryan Day  took to social media and made it clear that their preference is to play.  Michigan's Jim Harbaugh released a statement in favor of proceeding with the season. Nebraska's Scott Frost publicly commented on the issue.

I love our players & believe it is my responsibility to help them chase their dreams, both collectively & individually. I am willing to fight WITH them & for our program!#WeAre

— James Franklin (@coachjfranklin) August 10, 2020

Swinging as hard as we possibly can right now for these players!! This isn’t over! #FIGHT

— Ryan Day (@ryandaytime) August 10, 2020

Opening statement from #Huskers HC Scott Frost."We want to play football at the University of Nebraska."

— Husker Sports (@HuskerSports) August 10, 2020

Jim Harbaugh released a statement advocating for the 2020 season and stated that Michigan has developed a "great protocol" for how schools can make football work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) August 10, 2020

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