The Greatest Rivalry in all of Sports Must Go On

The Greatest Rivalry in all of Sports Must Go On

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Kevin Nugent started this petition to College football fans and

The greatest rivalry in sports must go on. The University of Michigan, led by their illustrious coach, Jim Harbaugh were the most ardent advocates for safety protocols and the renewal of Big Ten football and now they are being forced to watch from the sidelines as the greatest rivalry in all of sports is being threatened by a Global Pandemic.  THE game, they call it, must go on. We need to let the NCAA and the Big Ten know that we will not standby and watch while our traditions are under attack. The Show Must Go On. Every consideration should be made to postpone next weeks game and allow Michigan ample time to recover so they may meet their opponent on the gridiron field of battle.  We need your help to send a strong message to the powers that be. As the great American, Thornton Melon once said when his back was firmly against the wall, "Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light."we need that rage right now, as we use our online voices to say, Let Them Play! For the History, the Pageantry and dare I say it, the Majesty of everything we hold dear as Americans, this game must be played, if not for the football game itself, than for that special senior band member who has dreamt his whole life of dotting that lower case i in Ohio, think about him. Do you want to crush the dreams of that person? Let the boy dot the i, for the love of God, he didn't do anything to hurt you, he just wants grammar to be correct, for the Love of everything we hold dear, let the boy dot the i. Join me with your hearts and mouse clicker and get behind this petition so that all may know our grief!  UM v Ohio State 2020, must go on. This game was played during the Great Depression, World War II, and shortly after the Kennedy Assassination, we can figure this out.

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