WATCH: Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren has no regrets about 2020 season

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Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren was thrown into the fire during just his second season in charge of the conference as the nation dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic. It was a wild year in the Big Ten as the football season was canceled for good and then ultimately rescheduled just a few weeks later.

Despite the rocky year, the Big Ten commissioner opened Thursday’s Big Ten media day by telling the press that he wouldn’t have changed a thing.

“I don’t have any regrets,” Warren told the media Thursday. “Quite naturally, we all look back on our lives and other things that we wish we would have maybe done a little bit differently. But if I had the chance to do it all over last year, I would make the same decisions that we made. Maybe the communication wasn’t as clean or as perfect as it could have been at times, and I think you’ve seen improvement with that.

“When you add it all up, I think the biggest thing that I learned was the importance of being grateful, and also having a sense of grace, not only with ourselves but with others.”