Ohio State player wants Buckeyes to join SEC for 2020 season
Reports are surfacing that the Big Ten has canceled the 2020 fall football season. Dan Patrick reported that the decision was made early Monday morning, while the Detroit Free Press is reporting the same.
So, now, attention turns to other Power 5 conferences. The Pac-12 is thought to follow the Big Ten and cancel the season, while the Big 12, ACC and SEC remain somewhat united to wait longer to make a final decision. Can the Power 5 trio hold off the fear of being the only 3 to play? It remains to be seen, but the SEC needs the Big 12 and ACC to stand firm with them.
Following the reports that the Big Ten season is canceled, Ohio State linebacker Teradja Mitchell asked if the Buckeyes can go play in the SEC.
Can we go play in SEC then ?!
— Teradja Mitchell (@teradja_) August 10, 2020
College football is on life support right now, and if the fall season is canceled, the great sport we all know and love likely won’t be played until fall 2021. A spring season doesn’t make sense on so many levels no matter what presidents or administrators say.