NCAA Quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence, Justin Fields Lead Star Student-Athletes Hoping to Play in 2020

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Several college football athletes either retweeted his statement or tweeted the hashtag #WeWantToPlay

(FOX) – Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, Ohio State’s Justin Fields, and other top college football stars on Sunday appeared to be unified in their stance to play the 2020 season despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Lawrence and Fields were among those who tweeted a statement under the logo of the Power 5 conferences – the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, SEC and Pac-12 – with the hashtags #WeAreUnited and #WeWantToPlay.

Their statement included a list of demands to make sure the season is safe for all of the student-athletes who decide they want to step onto the football field.“We all want to play football this season,” the message read.

“Establish universal mandated health & safety procedures and protocols to protect college-athletes against COVID-19 among all conferences throughout the NCAA.

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