Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh has made no secret about his desire to have the Big Ten have their football season played as originally scheduled prior to the COVID-19 pandemic forced the conference to postpone play.
Today, he’s joined a group of protestors who are endeavoring to influence the Conference to resume play as soon as possible, and during an interview, said that his team would be ready to play in as little as two weeks:
We’re ready to play,” he said. “We could be ready to play a game in two weeks. Just get the pads on, and our guys have trained without a pause since June 15.
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Harbaugh has been joined by fellow Big Ten head coach and rival Ryan Day and even President Trump in their desire to get the Big Ten season underway.