Here Was Paul Finebaum's Blunt Response To Canceled Wisconsin Vs. Nebraska Game
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ESPN analyst Paul Finebaum didn't hold back when responding to how the Big Ten has handled canceling the Wisconsin Vs. Nebraska game during Wednesday’s edition of First Take...
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“This is what the Big Ten wanted,” Finebaum said. “The Big Ten, remember, on August 11 said, ‘we’re done. We’re not playing football this year.’ And then they were forced back into it because they looked around and they saw Notre Dame playing and they saw everyone else playing, they saw it being successful. The presidents of the Big Ten decided, ‘okay, if you coaches want to come back – and we heard from Ryan Day and Scott Frost – we’re going to put some serious teeth into the protocol.’ You have an immunologist and an epidemiologist who are presidents in the Big Ten. And they put, what I think is, a ridiculous 21-day protocol.”

“Everyone else in sports, it’s either 10-14 days. That’s the CDC guideline. They offered 21. So you’re playing an eight-game season, plus one at the end of the season with the championship game, and there are no bye weeks.”
Jump to the 6:50 mark...

(The Spun)
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Finebaum's 100% correct. Warren and the school Presidents designed this to fail. Ohio State needs to tell the B1G goodbye.
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Little 10
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That's fine. But missed games must be taken into account when the playoff committee convenes else it will truly be an asterisk championship.
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Barry Alvarez is a chicken shite hypocrite that completely calls the shots in the Big Ten. Big Ten is a clown show.
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Once upon a time, the people in that part of the country were made of iron. Now, too many of them are made of socialist pussy poop.
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Very true! They are drinking too much of the Liberal Cool Aid!
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