Michigan State football will probably have a 2020 season after all

Noah Harvey, Michigan State football (Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images)
Noah Harvey, Michigan State football (Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images) /

Michigan State football has been watching the Big 12 and ACC kick off their 2020 seasons but the Big Ten may not be too far behind.

Just when you think there’s no hope for a college football season, the Big Ten sets up another vote to decide to move ahead with play or put the 2020 campaign on the backburner.

There have been numerous conflicting reports over the past few weeks about the Big Ten feeling like it had jumped the gun in postponing the season until the spring. The change of heart seems more realistic by the day because there have been several talks about another vote by Kevin Warren and the school presidents.

According to a report from Brad Galli, the Big Ten is planning to do a re-vote on Sunday regarding plans for the upcoming season and there’s a feeling that it’ll be a unanimous vote to reinstate the season.

This is gigantic news for the conference because a vote to move forward with a season, which Galli reports would start in mid-October, would get teams back on campus and give the Big Ten a chance to send a team to the College Football Playoff.

We’ve already seen schools like Ohio State, Iowa and Nebraska push for the Big Ten to reconsider the postponement of the season and it looks like the lobbying has all paid off.

Watching the Big 12 and ACC move forward with no real hitches in playing live games with no fans has to give the Big Ten a look at just how well it could work if things are moving forward the right way and testing can be immediate.

We may have a Michigan State football season this fall after all.

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