By Brad Crawford, 247Sports: With the Big Ten adding USC and UCLA in 2024 along with the commencement of College Football Playoff expansion, the league is “strongly considering” doing away with its mandate that each school must schedule at least one Power 5 non-conference opponent annually, according to Brett McMurphy.
Inclusion means everything in the 12-team playoff and given the Big Ten’s elite tier at the top of the league after multiple teams reached the final four last season, there’s no need for enhanced scheduling, it appears.
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Big Ten schedules could become more favorable in the future after expansion, at least from a non-conference standpoint
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