Nebraska AD still holding out hope B1G will reconsider policy on attendance
Bill Moos isn’t a guy that gives up easily. If there’s anything we’ve learned from the Nebraska athletic director over the last several months, it’s that he’s willing to fight for the school, the athletic department, the players, coaches and fans.
Moos has been one of the more outspoken ADs in the B1G over the last few months — first regarding the conference’s decision to cancel the fall football season and then about the league’s no-fan policy. He’s voiced multiple times that he’s not a fan of that decision, but one he didn’t believe was worth losing the season over again.
And while Moos is not holding his breath for the B1G to reconsider its decision on fan attendance for the 2020 season, he’s still holding out hope that it will give the idea some serious thought. According to Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald, Moos is hanging on to the slightest bit of hope.
Nebraska AD Bill Moos said he's not currently aware of the Big Ten reconsidering its stance on fans, but personally hopes it will.
— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) November 3, 2020
Nebraska had its first home game of the 2020 season canceled last week, as Wisconsin saw an increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases among players and staff. Now, the Huskers are back on the road this Saturday, traveling to Evanston to play Northwestern.
In Week 1, Nebraska dropped a 52-17 contest on the road to Ohio State. The Wildcats enter Saturday’s game 2-0 with wins over Maryland and Iowa.