Nebraska players' lawsuit seeks to restore B10 fall football
A group of Nebraska football players filed a lawsuit Thursday, hoping a jury will force the Big Ten Conference to reinstate a fall football season. The players want a court order that would keep the Big Ten from going through with its plan to push the football season to the spring. This lawsuit isn't about money or damages, it's about real-life relief, said Mike Flood, the players' attorney. Sadly, these student athletes have no other recourse than filing a lawsuit against their conference, Flood said. Particularly when they may play in the spring.Flood also represents a group of Nebraska football parents that last week sought documents and other materials related to the Big Ten decision.