By Ryan Dunleavy
New York Post
This decision will fuel conspiracy theories that the Big Ten put 14 teams through a football season previously considered too risky for players’ health just to get Ohio State into the College Football Playoff.
The conference voted Wednesday to eliminate the six-game minimum requirement for participation in the Big Ten championship game, meaning Ohio State will meet Northwestern in the title contest. Ohio State (5-0) has played just twice since Nov. 7 and had games canceled against Maryland, Illinois and Michigan.
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Big Ten bending rules to get Ohio State into conference title (nypost.com)