According to a release from the Big Ten conference (subscription may be required) on Tuesday, the annual Big Ten football media days is going to be held in Indianapolis for the second-straight year.
The event was moved to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis last summer because of stricter COVID-19 policies in Chicago after the event was canceled in 2020. The conference must have liked how things ran in Indy, so things are returning on July 26 and 27.
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day and players representing the program are scheduled to meet with the media on Wednesday, July 27, along with Illinois, Michigan State, Penn State, Purdue, Rutgers, and Wisconsin.
The previous day, on Tuesday, July 26, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Northwestern are scheduled to make an appearance.
The announcement of Big Ten media days is just another mile marker that says the college football season is getting ever so closer.
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