I’m a couple days late on writing this, mainly because I’ve been focused on this absolute scam of an election so far.
The Wisconsin Badgers game against Purdue on Saturday has been canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak within the UW program.
It’s the second straight week that the Badgers have had to cancel their game after seeing last Saturday’s matchup with Nebraska called off.
Neither game will be made up because the Big Ten did not build any bye weeks into the schedules.
Kevin Warren screwed this up when he canceled what was a perfect schedule with built in bye weeks with the season starting in September. He wanted to be the next NFL commissioner and it blew up in his face.
These games getting canceled were inevitable when that first schedule was canceled.
The minimum number of games played to qualify for the Big Ten Championship game is six games played, meaning UW can not have any of the remaining five games on the schedule canceled.
The game in Ann Arbor against the Michigan Wolverines on November 14 will kickoff at 6:30 PM (CT). It will be televised on ABC.