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REPORT: Big 10 Coaches Are ‘Fired Up’ With The Conference

(Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports - Reuters)

David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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Big 10 football coaches are apparently not happy with the conference.

The B1G reportedly voted to cancel the 2020 season, but no official announcement was ever made. Not only that, there’s been pushback on the report, and the conference is seemingly making things up as it goes. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Coaches have apparently had enough of this nonsense. According to Pat Forde, coaches in the conference were “fired up” during a “contentious” Monday night call with the league.

I’m glad that the coaches are getting “fired up,” and they should be pissed as all hell right now. The Big 10 has become an embarrassment for their handling of the coronavirus pandemic and football season.

Everyone seemingly wants to play in America, except Big 10 university presidents and commissioner Kevin Warren.

There’s also seemingly no plan at all! None! Coaches are just hanging in the air. It’s an absolute disgrace.

Coaches should be calling the B1G offices around the clock and raising hell, going on TV and tearing the conference to shreds and doing whatever else is necessary to raise attention.

There’s still time to save this season, but we need the coaches all in fighting. It sounds like they’re banding together to get the job done. Let’s keep up the fight to save football and save the Big 10!