College Football Players Across the Country Declare: "WE WANT TO PLAY"

News15 speaks with Matt Mascona of ESPN Baton Rouge to break down the arguments being made by college football players who want to play this fall.

Posted: Aug 14, 2020 10:13 AM

BATON ROUGE - Over the weekend, the hashtag "WE WANT TO PLAY" was the number one trending phrase on twitter as college football players from around the country emphatically announced their desire to play football this fall. News15 spoke with Matt Mascona, Host of "After Further Review" on 104.5 ESPN Baton Rouge and the "Locked On LSU" podcast to discuss the point that players are trying to make. 

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