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College Football World Continues To Rip The Big Ten Conference

The Ohio State Marching Band plays ahead of a Buckeyes football game against Miami (OH).

COLUMBUS, OH - SEPTEMBER 1: The Ohio State Marching Band plays the music to the national anthem as the American flag is raised prior to the start of the game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Miami Redhawks on September 1, 2012 at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)

As if last week wasn't bad enough, the college football world continues to rip the Big Ten and commissioner Kevin Warren after new eye-opening reports regarding the conference on Monday.

The Big Ten decided last week to delay the fall football season to the spring of 2021. While understandable, the conference failed to outline a clear, decisive plan. Instead, Warren and various leaders continue to provide vague answers as opposed to viable information.

As a result, players and coaches within the conference continue to protest to the Big Ten's decision. New reports on Monday regarding the conference's decision have sparked further outrage from fans, analysts and players.

Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour revealed on Monday she's not aware that an actual vote from Big Ten university presidents actually took place, as was previously reported.

The latest eye-opening report sparked mass outrage from several fans and analysts on Monday. 247Sports' college football insider Brandon Marcello is the latest to voice his frustration with the Big Ten. "The Big Ten is an embarrassment," Marcello wrote on Twitter. "The lack of transparency during this crisis has not only weakened ties with Power 5 brethren, but more importantly with the fans. Don't act like you're smarter than everyone else in the room. They'll eat you, as they should." Marcello also called out Warren for his horrendous leadership this past week, as seen in the tweet below.

Ouch. The Big Ten is in a world of trouble due to their latest decisions. But it's still unlikely public reaction sparks Warren to reverse course and reinstate the 2020 fall football season.