Iowa’s Gary Barta might have given hope to those who are wishing to go to a Big Ten football game in 2020

-The Iowa AD spoke to reporters yesterday and said that the first few games would be played without fans at Iowa, and then they’d see what happens after that. Doesn’t sound as strict as what Sandy Barbour said on Wednesday regarding the plan for attendance in the Big Ten for the season

-Are we once again just looking at a fluid situation for things in the Big Ten? Regarding everything—the 21 day policy, the 5% of population rule…is there any chance that the next month could provide changes in those regards? What is concrete and what can be worked with?

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