The parents of Ohio State’s football student-athletes have drafted a letter to send to B1G commissioner Kevin Warren. The note addresses the conference’s decision to postpone the 2020 college football season.

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Ohio State’s parents are the second group of B1G parents to send a letter to the B1G office as a result of the league’s decision on Tuesday. On Friday, the parents of Iowa football players also fired off a letter to the league office, demanding answers.

Parents are calling for more transparency, an open line of communication, an explanation behind the league’s decision and a solid plan for a spring football season. None of that happened before the conference made the call on Tuesday to cancel the season.

Below is the statement shared by the Ohio State parents, which has been sent to the B1G office: