Michigan football cancels final game vs. Iowa due to lingering COVID-19 issues

Michigan was forced to cancel its third straight football game because more than 50 football players would not have been available to play at Iowa, according to athletic director Warde Manuel. Manuel, in announcing the COVID-19-related cancellation of the game Saturday night, said the Wolverines would have been without a “significant number of players” for the final game of the abbreviated Big Ten season during “champions week.” Michigan canceled its final three games, including Maryland and Ohio State. Manuel indicated in his statement Tuesday that the COVID issues on top of “normal attrition…

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