Scott Frost And Jim Harbaugh Come Out In Support Of Playing The 2020 Football Season

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Nebraska’s Scott Frost and Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh have both come out in support of playing the 2020 football season.

It has been reported that the Big 10 has voted to cancel the football season during the coronavirus pandemic, but no official announcement has been made. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Harbaugh and Frost are both doing what they can to try and save the season before an official announcement is made.

The Nebraska head coach addressed the media Monday, and made it crystal clear that the Cornhuskers want to play. You can listen to his comments below.

The head coach of the Wolverines also released a letter stating that he believes the virus can be “controlled and handled” to the point of playing the season.

We need as much of this as possible. Right up to the moment that Big 10 commissioner Kevin Warren announces that season is done, we need coaches vocally stepping up.

Where are the other 12 coaches? Where are the other leaders in the conference? Now is not the time for silence. It’s time to make some noise and get loud.

If there is any chance that the season can still be salvaged, then we have to take it. It’s that simple. Let’s get to work and save this season!