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Frustrated parents of football players at Ohio State and Iowa are speaking out against the Big Ten's decision to postpone the football season to the spring.
- OSU, Iowa parents fault Big Ten's 'messy' decision
- No. 1 recruit to skip last HS season, train for OSU
- Buckeyes' Day wants season to start early Jan.
- Big Ten nixes fall football season, eyes spring
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Five-star defensive end Jack Sawyer is foregoing his senior season of high school to prepare for enrolling early at Ohio State.
Defensive end Jack Sawyer, the No. 1 prospect in the ESPN 100 who has committed to the Buckeyes, has opted out of his senior season in high school and is focusing on early enrollment at Ohio State.
As two Power 5 conferences postponed their fall seasons, chaos reigned. Players and coaches pleaded their cases. Health experts delivered dissenting advice. Politicians weighed in. In the end, we got a week we'll never forget.
What up ya’ll? Texas A&M AD Ross Bjork joins me to discuss the economic impact COVID-19 has had on the Aggies, keeping the athletes safe, the idea of spring football & more. Plus, Randy Wade the father of OSU’s Shaun Wade and Carl Hilliard, the father of OSU’s Justin Hilliard talk about what it’s been like as a parent, what they would tell Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warren, what’s next for their sons & more.
Whether or not you like the idea of spring college football, the logistics can work ... if conferences show the foresight and cooperation they've lacked over the five months since the coronavirus pandemic altered the sports calendar.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as they discuss Dame Lillard's dazzling 60-piece, Devin Booker's wet jumper, Giannis' ejection, Justin Fields is salty about Big Ten postponing football, plus the NBA will name MVP of seeding games.
CFB Pod: Kevin Negandhi talks to Mark Schlabach, Rece Davis and Ivan Maisel about the Big Ten and Pac-12's postponement their seasons
The Big Ten and Pac-12 postponed their college football seasons, while the Big 12 joins the SEC and ACC in choosing to forge ahead. Kevin Negandhi talks to Mark Schlabach about what changed for the Big Ten between putting out a schedule and postponing the season, the lack of information sharing between conferences, the NCAA’s role in these decisions, and the feasibility of spring football (2:17). Next, Rece Davis hops on to discuss the Big 12’s decision to start the season, why he thinks the notion of spring football is ludicrous and why he’s slightly optimistic the season will start (23:38). Later, Ivan Maisel stops by to put the postponements into historical context, explain he doesn’t think the power structure in college football will change and detail Kevin Warren dealing with dissent among Big Ten programs (40:39).
Ohio State coach Ryan Day says he thinks the Big Ten could begin play in early January with an eight- or nine-game schedule that, even with postseason play, ends before the NFL draft.
Stephen A, Max, Vince Carter and Louis Riddick debate if College Football should be played in the fall, how much pressure is on DeShaun Watson and Jerry Jones finally speaks on racial injustice.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed the fall college football season. What does that mean for the rest of the Power 5? Can Nebraska really go rogue and play as an independent? And what does this mean for the NFL draft?
A look back at the major events leading to the current situation for fall sports, including the Big Ten postponing its season.
The Big Ten Conference has decided to postpone all fall sports, including football, and will look to play those sports in the spring.
Defensive end Tunmise Adeleye has backed out of his commitment to Ohio State.