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Young Ohio State football fan Ford Kujawski, 5, waves a Buckeyes flag during a news conference asking for more transparency and communication by the Big Ten outside of their headquarters in Rosemont on Aug. 21. Parents from Ohio State, Iowa and Wisconsin were just some on hand for the protest.

Leave it to a hot mic to be the source for news about the Big Ten returning to football.

Ted Carter, the University of Nebraska’s president, got caught before a Tuesday morning news conference on an open microphone by Lincoln TV station KETV saying the conference plans to announce it will resume football later that evening.

You can email Kyle at kturk@grandhaventribune.com or find him on Twitter @KyleTurkGHT.

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