Just days after releasing a conference-only schedule, the Big Ten has opted to scrap its 2020 fall college football season, according to the Detroit Free Press.
The report states a formal announcement from the league is expected Tuesday.
The Dan Patrick Show reported Monday that two (Nebraska and Iowa) of the 14 teams in the league voted for having a season.
The conference released a 10-game conference-only schedule last week.
Many players from around the country and in the Big Ten took to social media in recent hours using #WeWantToPlay to show their willingness to play in 2020.