The Big Ten remains a B1G mess. Nearing one month to the day the conference decided to call off the fall sports season, Ohio State coach Ryan Day is calling out Big Ten leadership demanding an answer why they cannot play football.

Day’s statement was shared via press release and posted on his Twitter account:

“While I understand the Big Ten Conference’s decision to postpone the football season because of health and safety considerations, the communication of information from the Big Ten following the decision has been disappointing and often unclear,” Day said in the prepared statement.

“However, we still have an opportunity to give our young men what they have worked so hard for: a chance to safely compete for a national championship this fall. I couldn’t possibly be prouder of how this team, our medical personnel, athletic director and president have stayed together and managed through this extremely difficult time with so many unanswered questions. The Big Ten medical subcommittee has done an excellent job of creating a safe pathway toward returning to play in mid-October.

“These young men and their parents have asked so many questions that I do not have an answer to, but the one that hurts the most is, ‘Why can these other teams and players play and we can’t?'” Day said. “Duke is playing Notre Dame, and Clemson is playing Wake Forest this weekend. Our players want to know: Why can’t they play?”

College football media members and fans were quick to react to Day lobbing shots at B1G leadership on Twitter: