Ohio State football could face new threats in reworked Big Ten schedule: Buckeye Take

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Ohio State football could face new threats in reworked Big Ten schedule: Buckeye Take
Ohio State football could face new threats in reworked Big Ten schedule: Buckeye Take

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- We know Ohio State football will not play Bowling Green, Oregon or Buffalo in 2020 after the Big Ten's Thursday announcement that it will play only conference games due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The rest of the Buckeyes' schedule remains murky. The Big Ten has not announced exactly how many games its football teams will play, nor has it decided whether it will keep the original nine-game conference structure. As it stands, Ohio State is scheduled to play its customary six Big Ten East opponents and three crossover opponents from the West: Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska. Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said he favors a 10-game model of conference games. If that simply means

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