The NCAA’s Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren decided to cancel the conference’s fall sports schedule due to COVID-19, despite every Athletic Director in the Big Ten making it clear they want to play. It appears Warren, who is a progressive BLM supporter, is not taking the advice of “medical experts,” as he allows his son to “risk” playing this season in the SEC. Holy hypocrite. How can this guy still have a job. His hasn’t pulled his own son from playing football in the SEC, but he shut down the biggest sports conference in AMerica. He’s also helping to destroy the economies in many states.
We keep getting leaked information come out of surrounding the Big Ten’s decision to postpone fall sports, and it’s not a good look. There’s definitely a case to be made on a path of abundance of caution to shelve the season because of a global pandemic, but the process by which the decision was arrived at has come into question.
The latest comes from a report by Sam Mckewon of the Omaha World Herald who got Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos to go on record.
According to Moos, he was optimistic about a Big Ten season being played when the league announced a conference only schedule on August 5. The road map was there and it was one that allowed flexibility in the midst of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic.