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Big Ten mayors ‘humbly’ voice Covid concerns as conference college football kicks off this weekend – NBC News

Big Ten mayors ‘humbly’ voice Covid-19 concerns as conference college football kicks off this weekend in states that have seen an alarming rise of new infections…

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The Big Ten says its ready to play some football this weekend, but the mayors of the college towns where these teams are based have humbly asked the conference to address their Covid-19 concerns before kickoff.
We know the history of football games within our cities, the mayors wrote in an open letter this week to the Big Ten Conference, which actually has 14 universities and includes storied college football programs like Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State and Wisconsin. They generate a lot of activity,…

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