Will the B1G play this fall? And, if the conference reinstates the season, will all of the league’s 14 teams participate this fall?

Those are the two biggest questions in college football right now. And there’s some conflicting information on the second question.

Sunday night, Stadium’s Brett McMurphy reported that, if the B1G does reinstate a fall schedule for 2020, all schools will be participating. However, Monday morning, Dan Patrick reported that a handful of teams — including Michigan and Michigan State — may be opting out.

Below is McMurphy’s tweet, as well as the segment from Patrick’s show:

Those conflicting reports essentially sum up this jumbled mess in the B1G. From the start, the conference has lacked transparency and refused to communicate with even its athletic directors and coaches.

Over the weekend, the 14 B1G presidents and chancellors met with a medical subcommittee and the Return to Competition Task Force with new information providing hope for a fall football season. However, no vote was taken on Sunday.

A lot of questions still remain. Hopefully we’ll have more information sooner rather than later.