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The SEC is still planning to start its 2020 season on Sept. 26.

Donald Trump, Big Ten revolt and Herschel Walker: What social media is saying after a wild day in college football

Given the events of the weekend, Monday figured to be a very interesting day in the land of college football. And it didn’t disappoint.

Between politicians lobbying with players for the right to play, head coaches weighing in and an update of sorts from SEC commissioner Greg Sankey, there was a ton of both news and reactions from the day in college football.

Bizarre day for the Big Ten

The big news of the morning was a report from the Detroit Free Press that the Big Ten was canceling its season. But the official announcement from the conference never came. ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit, who played at Ohio State, seemed to clarify for the conference later in the day that is voting to postpone, and not cancel a fall season.