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Michigan crossover: MSU
Ohio State crossover: PSU
Purdue crossover: Northwestern
Indiana crossover: Illinois
Iowa crossover: Nebraska
Michigan State crossover: Michigan
Nebraska crossover: Iowa
Northwestern crossover: Purdue
Georgia Tech: crossover: VT
Illinois crossover: Indiana
Penn State crossover: Ohio State
Virginia Tech crossover: GT
Maryland crossover: Wisconsin
Rutgers crossover: Minnesota
This post was edited by msucantmakebcs 17 months ago
Stealing Sparty's recruits and owning them on the field since 1898
Interesting idea, but who goes to the B1G championship? 4 team playoff to try and win the B1G and make the 4 team playoff for the Natl. title?
"Isn't it amazing what somebody will do when he can't bunt." - Vin Scully
4 OOC games, 8 conference games, 4 team conference playoff, 4 team national playoff
It's still no more than a NFL regular season.
You can either go with semifinals OR select the teams with the best two records (applying tiebreakers, if needed) to play in the BTCCG. But I would eliminate guaranteed crossover games and align the divisions to keep key rivalries intact:
B10 East: PSU, RUT, UMD, UVA/GT
B10 North: OSU, UM, MSU, SYR
B10 South: UNL, IOWA, PUR, IU
B10 West: UW, ILL, NW, MN
Note: Assumes every team plays the other three teams in its division and two teams from each other division for a total of nine B10 games each season.
This post has been edited 5 times, most recently by MrWoodson 17 months ago
I don't see OSU and um in the same division if we are going 4 teams each
Don't be such pussies. We'll go easy on you.
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