- May 28, 2020
Ohio State and Maryland will not be playing their scheduled game this Saturday after the Terps had a COVID outbreak in their program.
So what does the loss of a game in an already-short Big Ten season mean for Ohio State’s championship hopes?
Buckeye Scoop’s Marc Givler joins host Tom Orr to examine that, plus whether the loss of more than half of the SEC schedule this weekend is a sign that it might be time to push back the start of the College Football Playoff.
Is there any truth to the idea that if Indiana cancels next weeks game with the Buckeyes, they could win out and steal the B1G East’s spot in the conference title game? And what about that rumored game between Ohio State and Alabama this weekend?
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