Musings On Mythical Big Ten Title Games

In his latest blog post, BSB staffer Marcus Hartman argues that keeping Michigan and Ohio State together in one division would be lesser of two evils should the Big Ten ever sell its soul for the money and exposure of a conference championship game.

Today is the first Friday without high school football in Ohio since the middle of August, a sad fact, but one nonetheless that leaves the mind to wander on other topics, such as the potential for the Big Ten to join the Big 12, SEC and ACC as major conferences with season-ending championship games.

I am happy to see the Big Ten stay away from the football title game conference fad, but if that were to change, I would like to see Ohio State and Michigan plopped in the same division, and I'll tell you why if you just follow this link to the latest post in the Cus Words Blog.


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