Teddy is as dialed in as anyone. He is reporting that the Rutgers situation has impacted the B1G commish’s thinking — as it should.
These decisions are made on a conference level. That said, if the Big Ten forges ahead and the situation doesn't improve, Rutgers will have a decision to make.
And this is with the Big Ten planning to reveal its schedule tomorrow. Once again, Rutgers not exactly helping the league.
RT @JamesKratch: The Division-3 Landmark Conference, which includes Drew University, has postponed all sports through the end of the year. So Rutgers and Seton Hall are now the only in-state colleges still scheduled to play this fall.
I’m not feeling great about Big Ten leadership, and I haven’t felt great about it since Rutgers-Michigan had to be pulled off the court 10 minutes before tipoff in March.
Hundreds of Rutgers fans are going to watch this promo and go, “Hey this thing looks awes— oh c’mon not him.”
I was already so excited for the sci-fi Western college football book from @edsbs @RJ_Writes @alex_kirshner and @thejasonkirk even before I read about drunk Mayor Hank Rutgers, his strong New Jersey accent, and his penchant for burning pianos
11 of the 14 Big Ten schools worked out today with coaches, Rutgers and Ohio State expect to do so tomorrow. I’m told Wisconsin will wait until early August.
The NCAA allowed college basketball coaches to be on the court with players today. I polled 85 of the 87 schools from high-major leagues. - 50 of the 87 took the court today. - 9 more will do so later this week. - 26 will not do so until August 1 at the earliest.
Under the radar today w UConn news, but another DI program dropped a couple sports -- Northern Colorado axed men's and women's tennis. In one bit of good non-revenue sport news, Rutgers announced that it has a $4 donation that will create new endowed scholarships in 8 sports.