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Sports Report: Big Ten likely to change requirements for title game eligibility

00:30  06 december  2020
00:30  06 december  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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Ohio State may not have to worry about playing a sixth league game to be eligible for the Big Ten title game after all.

The athletic directors in the conference will likely change the requirements to allow a 5-0 OSU team to represent the East division if next week's game versus Michigan is called off due to COVID-19, sources told Brett McMurphy of Stadium.

The Buckeyes have already had two games canceled this season. Michigan pausing football activities makes a third cancelation seem likely next weekend, meaning Ryan Day's outfit - currently sitting fourth in the College Football Playoff rankings - finishes the season at 5-0. The previous rules would not have allowed OSU to participate in the title game but the six-game requirement removal would change that.

There's no doubt the Buckeyes are one of the top teams in the country and a 6-0 record with a Big Ten title would likely guarantee them a spot in the CFP.

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