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Michigan - Ohio State Canceled: Should The Big Ten Help The Buckeyes?

Maybe the conference should help their biggest team. Or not.

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NCAA Football: Ohio State at Penn State Columbus Dispatch-USA TODAY Sports

One of the biggest rivalry games in college football has been canceled. Michigan - Ohio State won’t be played this weekend for the first time since 1917. World War I was still raging and the world was yet to realize the Spanish Flu epidemic would kill millions around the globe, more than World War I.

Ohio State doesn’t have enough games to qualify for the Big Ten title game. If they don’t make the title game, the Buckeyes probably won’t play in the College Football Playoff.

Should the Big Ten make an effort to help the Buckeyes?

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