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The Big Ten and the PAC 12 both announced Tuesday to postpone the upcoming football season. Per The AP:

The Big Ten’s announcement, that it was postponing all fall sports and hoping to make them up in the second semester, came first Tuesday afternoon. An hour later the Pac-12, the Big Ten’s Rose Bowl partner, called a news conference to say that all sports in its conference would be paused until Jan. 1, including basketball.

“This was an extremely difficult and painful decision that we know will have important impacts on our student-athletes, coaches, administrators and our fans,” Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said. “We know nothing will ease that.”

The Atlantic Coast Conference, Big 12 and Southeastern Conference are still moving forward with plans to conduct a season as college football’s lack of centralized leadership has left every conference to decide for itself.

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This is all a HOAX! From the liberal media. ONLY 160,000 people have died! Thats only like 50 times more than 9/11, and we didnt cancel the football season then! FAKE NEWS!!
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You can’t postpone football season. Either you play in the fall or not at all. Good players won’t play in the spring due to the draft. Players can’t play in the spring and then play again in the fall.
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Even college football has turned political. Let those conferences dominated by LIBTARD leadership postpone. The SEC if smart, will continue to plan carefully and have 2020 football and grow even more DOMINANT #SMART MOVE
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