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9 Responses to “How do you feel about Ohio State and Michigan being in different Big Ten divisions?”

  1. M Baker

    It’s a great rivalry, and now it looks like the game between Ohio State and Michigan will also generally represent the best from both divisions when they play each other at the end of the season. I think it will make the rivalry even greater and more interesting than before. Will still hate each other until the end of the game, and then route for whoever is the victor in the championship bowl games, knowing that if the victor wins in the championship bowel games, they also raise the lossers national standing.

  2. E. B.

    This is actually a good thing. They will still play the last game of the season just like always and if both are leading their divisions they could play in a big 10 championship game.

  3. sky king

    You do understand they will play every year. They are a protected game.

  4. John Q. Public

    I can’t believe that in my lifetime this would happen. I suppose this goes along with the terrible times we live in. Nothing seems to ever stay the same, and only gets worse. Michigan is our brother, however, money must be involved somewhere in this decision. I’ll miss them.

  5. Manticore

    Good. Maybe OSU people will stop thinking they have to be douchebags about it. So tired of it.

  6. Jo Randolph

    I have been an OSU fan since 1951 and it would take away much excitement to have both OSU and Michigan in different divisions. Why try to fix something that isn’t broken? No way, leave them in the same division. Also since Ohio and Michigan are neighboring states it makes is easy to attend each game for the fans in Ohio.