COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Big Ten’s Council of Presidents and Chancellors have unanimously approved a plan to start the college football season on the weekend of Oct. 23-24.
That plan could make the winner the conference eligible for the College Football Playoff, meaning Ohio State football’s National Championship chances are still alive. Plenty of players, coaches and parents showed off their excitement of the news of the late start this fall.
Here’s how the people around the Big Ten reacted on social media following the news:
Justin Fields, quarterback
Kristina Johnson, OSU President
Tyreke Smith, defensive end
Drue Chrisman, punter
Teradja Mitchell, linebacker
Jeremy Ruckert, tight end
Chris Olave, wide receiver
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