Some BIG 10 Schools Actually Considering ‘Scrapping’ The Season
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
Sports Illustrated’s Michigan site reported on Sunday that multiple BIG 10 schools are considering sitting out the complete athletic year...

There are very real discussions about playing a regional schedule if you can get away with it. One Big Ten school in the West Division supposedly has a tentative regional schedule in place, including, according to a source at that school, “multiple games against FCS schools.”

Other Big Ten schools are thinking about scrapping the year altogether.
"It's going to be the wild, wild west pretty soon," one prominent coach said. "At some point, more schools will start announcing they will not play this season and we could be left with eight games on our schedule while Ohio State has 11 and Indiana has 10. The schools that decide to play football will be scrambling to fill games and you could see home-and-homes with conference opponents."
Do you think we could have a college football season minus some programs?

(The Spun)
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“multiple games against FCS schools.” A nice try Jim. You still have to play Ohio state
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Who cares.
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Considering most of those schools have garbage football teams, they have nothing to lose
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