The Best And Worst Decisions In Big Ten History

The Big Ten conference has been one of the biggest names in college sports for decades, but the league has had some ups and downs in the decision-making department.

Tony Gerdeman and host Tom Orr discuss a listener question about the “Mount Rushmore” of best and worst decisions in Big Ten conference history.

From adding new members to the schools they passed on, to the decisions surrounding the 2020 COVID season, and the way the league schedules games, there is a lot to discuss.

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  • Aug 27, 2020
    Hiring the current commissioner.

    Knock Rutgers all you want, but they bring the NYC market which puts money in everyone's pockets.