With eight Nebraska football players filing a lawsuit against the Big Ten seeking more transparency in the August 11 decision to cancel fall football, the league responded Monday by revealing that Big Ten Presidents and Chancellors voted 11-3 to postpone the football season until the spring. The Athletic was the first to report that the three votes against the move came from Ohio State, Nebraska and Iowa, which happen to be the three schools who have been the most vocal in their displeasure over the league's decision.
On Tuesday morning, former Buckeye running back and 610 WTVN analyst Jeff Logan joined Joel Riley and me and gave us his reaction to the news. We also talked with Jeff about how Ohio State has acted since the cancellation, the possibility of winter football and much more. Great stuff as always from Jeff. If you missed it, you can check it out by clicking here to go to Joel's podcast page.