By Sammy Strobel
Assistant Sports Editor
The Big 10 league presidents’ voted to resume playing football the weekend of Oct. 24.
Each team is set to play eight games in eight weeks before The Big Ten championship game on Dec. 19, according to cbssports.com.
The Big Ten has conducted a new testing program, which includes daily antigen testing, enhanced cardiac screening and a data-driven approach that will be used to make decisions about the continuation of practices and games.
Penn State’s athletic director has decided that fans will not be allowed at the games, but they are working on a plan that will have students and parents back on the bleachers soon.