Mark Bradley: Could the strangest college season end the same old way?

On Monday, the Big Ten canceled this week’s Northwestern-Minnesota game. By not playing, Northwestern essentially clinches the Big Ten West. We could spend several sentences explaining, but we’ll settle for this: It’s 2020.“Unprecedented circumstances” were the words Geoff Collins used Saturday night, his deep voice tracking a crescendo to describe Georgia Tech’s November, which included no games until the 28th. We could use the same description as a blanket over the entirety of college football in this pandemic year. Georgia saw one transfer quarterback opt out without playing a down; the Bul…

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