Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
MADISON – Wisconsin’s Big Ten game Saturday at Nebraska is in danger of being canceled, according to a source with knowledge of the Big Ten schedule.
The Journal Sentinel has reported that quarterbacks Graham Mertz and Chase Wolf have tested positive for coronavirus.
But according to a second source, UW’s test positivity rate is close to the threshold that would force the team to stop regular practice and competition for a minimum of seven days and then reassess the situation.
If the game is not played, it would be considered a no-contest rather than a forfeit.
Following are the Big Ten protocols that determine whether practices and games can be held.