Another major decision appears to be on the verge of happening when it comes to the 2020 season, as The Athletic’s Nicole Auerbach reports that the Big Ten is expected to announce that it will have teams play a conference-only schedule this fall.
That means that big-time matchups such as Ohio State-Oregon or Michigan-Washington won’t be happening. The Big Ten traditionally plays a nine-game conference schedule, but it is unknown at this point if any further changes to the schedule will be made. According to ESPN’s Heather Dinich and Mark Schlabach, there is “overwhelming support” support for a 10-game conference schedule.
There were no Big Ten-SEC regular-season matchups on schedule for the 2020 regular season.
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