Michigan Governor Is ‘Major Roadblock’ To Big Ten Playing Football

Ohio State insider Jeff Snook says, Gene Smith and several other Big Ten athletic directors are working behind the scenes to create a six-team, 10-game season. Apparently there is one governor reportedly standing in the way of all the others. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is being referred to as a “roadblock” for Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio State and Penn State. They need more teams to join them for a 10-game format.

Snook reports “I also was also told that one roadblock to the new plan is the fact that Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has been vehemently opposed to football being played – at the high school and college level – in the state this fall,” Snook said. “Ohio Governor Mike DeWine gave his blessing to all sports being played this fall on Tuesday.”

Governor Gretchen Whitmer is a power freak. She punished her own constituents for the crimes of going to church, buying garden seeds, getting a haircut, walking outside with out a mask and holding house parties. However violent riots were protected by the governor.

Anyone who dared ignore her outlawing of the very things that make life worth living, were harassed, fined, arrested, and basically terrorized by the State — all in the name of the threat of the coronavirus.

Michigan needs to remove her from office.

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