Dan Patrick reported Monday morning on 750 The Game the Pac-12 will announce a decision tomorrow to cancel the fall football season.
Dan Patrick reports on @750TheGame that the Pac-12 Conference will announce tomorrow the cancelation of the fall football season. The Pac-12 didn’t want to be the first conference to cancel.
— 750 The Game (@750TheGame) August 10, 2020
Brett McMurphy followed up with DP’s report that the Big Ten also voted to cancel the season. However, other reporters disputed DP’s reporting on the Big Ten.
Big Ten spokesman says “no vote has been held by our presidents and chancellors.”
— Nicole Auerbach 😷 (@NicoleAuerbach) August 10, 2020
Also, John Talty of AL.com (Alabama) reports the SEC and ACC are not as keen on canceling the season.
Sources have said the SEC and the ACC are the most aligned at this point. The whole thing could hinge on if B12 sides with B10/Pac-12 or SEC/ACC. https://t.co/x4jZ1J7xeK
— John Talty (@JTalty) August 10, 2020
Meanwhile, late Sunday night players across the major Power 5 Conferences posted a photo indicating they are united and want to play a college football season this fall. They also have a list of unified demands, including the formation of a college football players association.
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence and Ohio State QB Justin Fields both posted the image on Twitter. Both are considered to be the top two quarterback prospects for next year’s NFL draft.
— Trevor Lawrence (@Trevorlawrencee) August 10, 2020
— Justin Fields (@justnfields) August 10, 2020