Jim Harbaugh Tells His Team To Get Ready For October Football

Ryan Hayes, a junior offensive lineman, says Jim Harbaugh told the team to be ready for a possible October start, Rainer Sabin of the Detroit Free Press reported Thursday. It was a busy day across college football and in the state of Michigan where governor Gretchen Whitmer paved the way for college sports by allowing high school football to start on September 17.

Add in Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, who says he’s been buddying up with Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren, announcing big testing news that the conference has a testing system that will turn around results in 15-minutes  and you have all the makings of possible October football.

Two weeks ago Whitmer was “glad” the Big Ten wasn’t playing this fall. Now here we are heading into Labor Day weekend and the dam is starting to show cracks. Whitmer also announced she would allow gyms, bowling alleys and hockey rinks to open.

With the Whitmer roadblock taken down in Michigan, we’re set for a re-vote amongst the Big Ten presidents and chancellors. There are rumors the vote will take place today or tomorrow. Everything is lining up for the Big Ten to re-vote ‘yes’ on fall football. Is it possible Larry Scott, Kevin Warren and Gretchen Whitmer formed a super-secret alliance weeks ago and now they’re dumping it all out on the table for college football fans to see? It sure feels like it.

Buckle up, it’s going to be a big day for Big Ten news.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. Whitmore is nothing more than a puppet, I hate to see her get credit for anything. She is simply following orders from the power brokers of the DNC. It appears they are starting to see that their hail mary has failed, and are in full speed ahead damage control to try and win back the middle class of America. Best of luck with that.

  2. Totally agree. Same in Wisconsin and Illinois. Not sure what is going on in Ohio and especially Purdue. I would think Mitch Daniels would have voted to play. I know this has been mentioned before but it is crazy to see South Bend all ready to go (with an ACC logo on the field! Knute Rockne probably rolled over) but West Lafayette, Ann Arbor, Bloomington, and East Lansing are all no go’s. It makes as much sense as the “Big 10” having 14 teams….

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