College football still has a number of questions to answer and issues to address before next season begins in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Foremost among them are if college campuses will be safe enough to house student-athletes and host games in the 2020-21 school year.
But teams across the country are heading back to campuses this month to begin voluntary workouts, with hope building that a six-week training camp starting in July will be enough time to prepare and games can be played on schedule.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at the biggest on-field questions facing each Big Ten Conference teams.
- Illinois Football
- Indiana Football
- Iowa Football
- Maryland Football
- Michigan Football
- Michigan State Football
- Minnesota Football
- Nebraska Football
- Northwestern Football
- Ohio State Football
- Penn State Football
- Purdue Football
- Rutgers Football
- Wisconsin Badgers
- Wisconsin Football
- University Of Wisconsin
- Big Ten Conference
- Badgers Football
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COVID-19 concerns overshadow what is a pivotal training camp for the Badgers to answer on-field questions.
Conference presidents and chancellors are meeting Sunday night to discuss future of fall sports, according to multiple reports.
In an attempt to save the 2020 season, college football players call for standard testing practices across the Power 5 conferences and to form a players union.
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