Ohio State Football Player Asks If They Can Play In SEC If BIG 10 Cancels Season
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In the wake of hearing that the BIG 10 season might get canceled, players are on social media showing their disappointment. One player in particular, Ohio State LB Teradja Mitchell, wants his Buckeyes to go play in the SEC if they play on...
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A great time to try the "Power 5 Conference." Just load up a super conference from B10, B12, SEC, and ACC. Take the top 4 from each? 16 teams in 2 8-team divisions plus 2 cross-overs. Awesome.
Reply1 month
Fantasy scenario. Please make them play a full sec schedule
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I would welcome Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan and Nebraska to join the SEC, Put Ohio State and Michigan in the West with LSU, Bama and Auburn and let the fireworks begin. That would be like bowl games, Playoffs and the Natty on a weekly basis. Then the East with Georgia, Florida, Penn State and Nebraska would also be amazing to watch. The top 2 coming out of the East and West could just settle the Natty. But, you would have Clemson whipping up on their ACC schedule, unless we split the Big 10 to go to the SEC and some in the ACC. What would the Big 12 do? Oklahoma and Ok State can just play for the State Championship after the season so as to not embarrass themselves again.
Reply1 month
So make the west and east even more lopsided. Brilliant.
1 month
Would absolutely welcome them to the SEC. OSU is loaded this year. So is LSU, Bama, UF, and UGA. Auburn and A&M are very solid as well. Would be pretty amazing to watch each week.
Reply1 month
No, Ohio State has to stay in the Big 10 so they can keep beating Penn State.
Reply1 month
tOSU can’t....but you can mr Mitchell. The SEC will so thoroughly frick the Big10 if they opt out....assuming the SEC plays of course. Every draftable soph and jr will be on a SEC roster.
Reply1 month
I’d love to see Ohio State join the SEC, even if it’s just for one year.
Reply1 month
They think they want that, but a middle year sec team is their usual “quality” win. Put them in the west and let’s see them lose to three teams.
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