When USC and UCLA join the Big Ten in 2024, the conference will unveil a new scheduling format. The current structure with two divisions will likely be a thing of the past, replaced by three protected annual opponents and a rotating schedule of every other conference team.
And depending on how the Big Ten decides to do that, it could have a major impact on how frequently the Buckeyes win the conference and earn a spot in the College Football Playoff.
Tony Gerdeman of BuckeyeHuddle.com joins host Tom Orr to discuss three different scheduling models, and how they could impact the Buckeyes moving forward.
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