The NFL has been hit by a series of scandals this offseason, but there has been no shortage of controversy on the sidelines for college football fans.
One of the more controversial incidents has been a new rule that will require players who commit a foul on the field to wear a helmet at all times.
This new rule, which was first announced on the league’s website, has caused some of the most heated debates of the offseason.
The NCAA, meanwhile, has been dealing with the fallout from the controversy, as well.
It has been forced to suspend two players from its Division I football tournament due to their actions during last year’s NCAA Tournament.
But the latest controversy is the fallout for Memorial Hall in the middle of the season, as several players from the school have been charged with multiple felonies stemming from the incident.
The school announced on Monday that it will be canceling the Memorial Hall football championship game scheduled for Oct. 27 and Oct. 28.
The university’s athletics department will instead host an alternative game that is slated for Nov. 9, the school said.
The decision to cancel the game comes just days after the school announced it had been “frozen” from participating in the Big Ten Tournament.
This is the second time the school has had to cancel a championship game in recent years.
In 2014, Memorial Hall lost a playoff game to eventual national champion Penn State after a student group staged a protest against the university’s decision to ban the event.
The student group called for the event to be moved to a larger arena and for a banner to be flown at the stadium to express the school’s displeasure with the decision.