Probably not. Or as Urban Meyer opined on Big Ten Network: “No chance. You can’t ask a player to play two seasons in a calendar year. The body, in my strong opinion, is not made to play … 2,000 competitive reps (in that time frame).” And what would the rosters look like? Stars such as Purdue’s Rondale Moore, Minnesota’s Rashod Bateman and Penn State’s Micah Parsons bailed on a potential fall season over health concerns. Would anyone with a sniff of draft potential suit up? Should Ohio State have to play Michigan without more than a dozen of its best players? And as one Big Ten assistant coach put it, “Ryan Day has 12 who will be drafted and another 13 who think they will be drafted.” And medically speaking, it cannot happen until the country improves its contact tracing and COVID-19 testing (more readily available with faster results) — or produces a vaccine.