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The Big Ten to Split Up Ohio State and Michigan

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010
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I am not a traditionalist.

I am all about change.

But some things don’t need to be changed.

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • JaMarcus and Syrup
  • Tiger and Porn Stars.

and most importantly Ohio State vs. Michigan.

The Big 10 (or is it the Big 34) is just screwing everything up, here are the details:

The Big Ten will announce its much-anticipated, two six-team divisional setup for the 2011-12 season later Wednesday, with traditional football powers Ohio State and Michigan in opposing divisions and new member Nebraska aligned with the Wolverines.

Multiple sources told that the two divisions in the Big Ten will look like:

• Michigan, Nebraska, Iowa, Michigan State, Northwestern and Minnesota.

• Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, Purdue, Indiana and Illinois.

The Big Ten issued a press release saying it would announce its divisional alignment at 7 p.m. ET Wednesday. According to sources, the divisions were decided upon Monday.

The fact they are having a press conference about it just makes it worse.

Is Lebron going to be there?

As a proud Ohio State Alum I am offended by all of this.  Instead of expanding conferences wider than Paris Hilton’s legs can we possibly get a playoff?



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  1. David says:

    They want to create the possibility of a OU-UM Conference title match up. They probably will keep the two teams playing each other like FSU-Miami in the ACC.

  2. Nathaniel says:

    Ohio State will always play mic… TTUN at the end of the year…. now its twice.

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