Gator Bowl tries to replace Texas A&M with Big Ten team, Big Ten teams says ‘No thanks’

As you may have heard by now, Texas A&M has withdrawn from the Gator Bowl due to COVID-19 issues and the Gator Bowl has been scrambling to find a replacement to take on Wake Forest.

According to a report from Brett McMurphy, the Gator Bowl reached out to Rutgers but they declined.

McMurphy’s source added the following:

“How many 5-7 teams have been practicing or are still in school? None,” the source said.

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