BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – After initial frustration and disappointment, Big Ten college football coaches are finally coming to terms with the prospect of a spring schedule.

Nebraska’s bold position that it may play fall sports on its own in 2020, defying the Big Ten’s cancellation announcement Tuesday, would present a number of legal and financial hurdles to pull off.

The Big Ten Conference’s decision to postpone fall sports, including football, presents a far-reaching impact to not just its member schools but to states and university towns within the Midwest.

The Big Ten is on the verge of canceling football this fall, a historic move in the midst of a global COVID-19 pandemic that has infected more than 5 million people and claimed more than 160,000 lives in the United States.

COVINGTON, Ind. — Even in a season affected by COVID-19, Kevin Rowand is staying consistent.

Controlled pheasant hunting opportunities will be available at 18 Illinois Department of Natural Resources sites during the 2020-21 hunting season. Dates and permit reservation information are now available online.

INDIANAPOLIS – For the first three quarters of Super Bowl 54, DeForest Buckner was in competition with his former San Francisco 49ers teammate, Nick Bosa, as the most dominant player on the field.

CHAMPAIGN — Even with reduced seating this upcoming season, University of Illinois students will have a shot to attend football games.

Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore became the latest of a line of college football stars to opt out of the 2020 season over concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.

INDIANAPOLIS – Suddenly, the Indianapolis Colts could be looking for a little help in the defensive secondary.

CHAMPAIGN — The Orange Krush and Fighting Illini Nation were flying high on March 8 when Illinois knocked off the Iowa Hawkeyes 78-76 in the Big Ten finale before a sold-out State Farm Center.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — As Power Five conferences scramble this week to adjust schedules in an effort to keep college football afloat this fall, the impact is being felt on school athletic programs throughout Indiana.

The Indiana Pacers will be without one All-Star and could be without another when they restart the NBA season inside the Disney Bubble outside of Orlando, Fla. today against the Philadelphia 76ers (6 p.m., Fox Sports Indiana).