Big Ten’s Kevin Warren Received Death Threats Over COVID-19 Decision

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he received death threats in the wake of the conference’s initial decision to forgo the 2020 football season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Warren made the revelation in a wide-ranging interview with Sports Illustrated’s Pat Forde and Richard Johnson at the conference’s media day proceedings in Indianapolis

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The commissioner said he avoided driving for the most part because the Big Ten offices in suburban Chicago didn’t have a secure parking lot at the time

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He reasoned it wouldn’t be difficult for someone with ill intentions to tamper with his car.

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The Big Ten alerted law enforcement agencies to the threats, which included a fan who posted on social media that he was putting out a $5,000 bounty on Warren

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The Big Ten ultimately reversed course and did play a conference-only football schedule beginning in late October 2020

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