Parents Of Michigan Football Players Release Letter Demanding Answers From The Big 10

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Parents of Michigan football players have joined the fight to save the Big 10 season.

Parents of members of the Wolverines released a letter Monday demanding transparency and facts from the Big 10 and commissioner Kevin Warren after the season was canceled during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Michigan has now joined a chorus of parents in the fight against Warren after the plug was pulled on the B1G season. You can read the letter below. It’s crystal clear that they’re not happy, and they said that their sons “deserve the opportunity to play.”

Welcome to the jungle, Michigan. It’s about time you all showed up with the rest of us in the trenches fighting Warren.

There’s literally no reason we can’t have football in the Big 10 if other parts of the country can.


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Furthermore, the Big 10 has run this situation like a dictatorship. Nobody has any idea what the truth is and there’s no transparency.

At the very least, it should be explained to all of us in great detail what information the conference has that mandated canceling the season.

Where is the evidence? Where is the science? Where is literally anything to justify what was done.

If Kevin Warren doesn’t want the Big 10 playing football, then he should be fired as the commissioner immediately. Get us some leadership. Literally, anything would be better than this garbage.