The Big Ten conference canceled nonconference athletic competitions including football games due to the coronavirus pandemic and signaled that its whole season may be in jeopardy, a move that could begin to unravel the entire college football season.

“We are focused on how to play this season in a safe and responsible way based on the best advice of our medical experts,” said Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren on Thursday. He also allowed for the possibility of not playing at all this fall, saying: “It’s important to get across…

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