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Big Ten still in holding pattern according to Pete Thamel
And now, according to Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel, the Big Ten coaches haven’t been told anything about what’s going on. And so, all they are left to do is to continue to practice in the anticipation that a decision will be coming and that they’ll have to be ready to go potentially on October 17.


Big Ten may be struggling with consensus according to
Big Ten still in holding pattern according to Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports If Ohio State would have played Illinois last weekendBig Ten vote confirmed via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel source.


Reflecting on Shaun Wade’s Ohio State career in stunning …
Big Ten still in holding pattern according to Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports If Ohio State would have played Illinois last weekend … Big Ten vote confirmed via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel source.


World news – US – Big Ten still in holding pattern
World news – US – Big Ten still in holding pattern according to Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports – At this point, this Big Ten drama is a comedy of errors. I’m not sure who is leading the communication (or lack thereof), decision-making, and conversations, but here we are again. While a lo… CAMEROON MAGAZINE – CAMEROUN INFO – CAMEROUN ACTU American football, Big Ten Conference, Buckeyes Wire …


Ohio State’s Ryan Day leaves open chance of Davis, Wade …
With the Big Ten’s decision to reinstate fall football season dragging on and on, there are two Ohio State players in particular that decided they couldn’t wait any longer and communicated their decisions to opt-out of the season and declare for the 2021 NFL Draft. First, offensive Wyatt Davis made the announcement, followed just a few days later by cornerback Shaun Wade.


CFB Insiders Share Monday Night Update On Big Ten Plans
After a whirlwind day, the Big Ten remains in a holding pattern, according to the latest reports. Earlier today, a report from the Detroit Free Press indicated that the Big Ten was going to cancel …


Big Ten Conference postpones 2020 fall football season
Big Ten presidents convened on Tuesday and ultimately decided it was unsafe to move forward with season due to COVID-19 and student-athlete safety concerns, according to Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel


Big 10 commish Kevin Warren explains COVID-19 move
Pete Thamel. Yahoo Sports. July 9, 2020 … other Big Ten fall sports moving to conference-only schedules include men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer …


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Pete is an award-winning writer covering college sports and the NFL for Yahoo Sports. He came to Yahoo in 2017 after five years as a senior writer at Sports Illustrated covering college football


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