Lawsuit documents detail Big Ten’s vote to postpone falling football season – Athletic


Due to health and safety concerns tied to the COVID-19 epidemic, Big Ten presidents and chancellors voted 11-3 to postpone the fall college football season, according to a brief and two affidavits filed by the league.Details in the documents indicate that the conference now intends to provide some transparency to players and parents who have repeatedly called about the league’s decision-making process, even though the Big Ten demands dismissal A lawsuit related to Do’s was filed last week by eight Nebraska football players. The league in its filed on Monday called the suit a “baseless complaint”.

Nebraska players filed a lawsuit against the Big Ten in Lancaster County District Court, seeking an injunction order that would void the league’s decision to cancel the falling football season. In his affidavit, he had sought information about whether any …

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