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Shannon Ryan: The Big Ten will have to walk a dangerous tightrope to pull off a football season. And even if it trips up, will anyone care?

The Big Ten announced Wednesday that football will resume this fall. Let's look at the state of life on those campuses.

Ohio State suspended more than 200 students for partying before classes started, breaking COVID-19 restrictions. At least 342 cases at Michigan State prompted a health department recommendation for students to self-quarantine. Wisconsin students are in a two-week lockdown, and classes moved online.

Northwestern decided conditions were too unsafe to allow freshmen and sophomores to live on campus. Penn State and Iowa are among

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