Will the BIG10 Reverse Their Decision?

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qwerty

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I haven't seen anything written about how the Bif10 will determine location of the ninth game. If #3 west plays #3 east, where is it played? All the way up and down the standings. I like the concept and I can see #1s played in Indianapolis, but can't play 7 games in one day at one site.
 

theshadow

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I haven't seen anything written about how the Bif10 will determine location of the ninth game. If #3 west plays #3 east, where is it played? All the way up and down the standings. I like the concept and I can see #1s played in Indianapolis, but can't play 7 games in one day at one site.
"Details surrounding Big Ten Champions Week will be announced at a later time."


I could see them trying to occupy indoor venues that weekend, especially if they stick with the "no public ticket sales" policy. Something like doubleheaders (11:00/4:30) in Minneapolis and Detroit. Split-session (11:00/8:00) in Indy. Single game (2:30) in St. Louis, Milwaukee, or Cedar Falls.
 

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"Details surrounding Big Ten Champions Week will be announced at a later time."


I could see them trying to occupy indoor venues that weekend, especially if they stick with the "no public ticket sales" policy. Something like doubleheaders (11:00/4:30) in Minneapolis and Detroit. Split-session (11:00/8:00) in Indy. Single game (2:30) in St. Louis, Milwaukee, or Cedar Falls.
Will depend on what the hawkeyes do. No other teams will want to occupy the same town as them so they will get the spot with one game.
 

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I said in August that the BIG would play this fall. It's so OSU can be in the playoffs then the BIG can get a cut of the TV money. Positivity rate for COVID is much higher now. It is all about the MONEY$$$$!
 

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I said in August that the BIG would play this fall. It's so OSU can be in the playoffs then the BIG can get a cut of the TV money. Positivity rate for COVID is much higher now. It is all about the MONEY$$$$!
Bolded is true of literally all of it.
 

TykeClone

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I haven't seen anything written about how the Bif10 will determine location of the ninth game. If #3 west plays #3 east, where is it played? All the way up and down the standings. I like the concept and I can see #1s played in Indianapolis, but can't play 7 games in one day at one site.
Sure they can! An epic 21 straight hours of Big 10 football! Think of the "excitement!"
 

Cyinthenorth

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The Big 10 reversed its decision. Can we get this thread closed now, so it doesn't keep showing up at the top of the (ISU) Football page?
 

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