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Weather wreaking havoc on Big Ten spring games

Lightning flashes over the city of Tegucigalpa during a thunderstorm AP

When the day began, seven Big Ten schools were scheduled to conduct their annual spring games, the most of any conference this weekend.

Mother Nature, unfortunately, has decided to cut that slate nearly in half.

As we had previously noted on the spring game landing page, Purdue and Indiana both canceled their respective games due to inclement weather (not pictured), with indoor scrimmages taking place instead.  Just a short time ago, and also due to some nasty weather moving through Lincoln, Nebraska announced that its spring game will not be played today.

On the NU athletic department’s Twitter feed, the school wrote that the Red-White Game “may be reschedule[d] to tomorrow but a decision will not be made until tomorrow morning.”

The good news for Cornhusker fans who made the trek to see their beloved team?  Free food.

We’d have to throw it all out anyway,” athletic director Tom Osborne told the assembled media.

UPDATED 2:32 p.m. ET: In a press release, Cincinnati announced that its spring game has been canceled due to impending inclement weather in the area.  A private workout will be conducted to close out spring practice, the release stated.

UPDATED 3:21 p.m. ET: Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini announced just a short while ago that the spring game will not be rescheduled for Sunday, citing too many logistical issues to pull it off.

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