Michigan Vs. Iowa Canceled

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UPDATE: Michigan announced Tuesday afternoon that the game against Iowa has officially been canceled.

The weekend football game between Michigan and Iowa has been canceled.

Chris Balas previously reported that the game was in trouble, and it’s now a done deal because of coronavirus issues. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Michigan’s last game against Ohio State also didn’t happen because the Wolverines had issues.

What an absolute disaster of a championship weekend for the Big 10. Outside of Ohio State playing for the B1G title, nothing has gone correctly.

Wisconsin didn’t make the B1G title game, Indiana/Purdue has been canceled and now the Michigan/Iowa has been called off.


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At the end of the day, the only thing that matters at this point for the Big 10 is making sure the Buckeyes get into the playoff.

If every other game gets canceled, that’s going to be brutal, but we’ll swallow the pill if OSU plays Northwestern.


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If you’re not used to this kind of carnage by this point, then you’re just not paying attention.