The Pac-12/Big Ten series wound up being just a flicker in Jim Delany’s eye. But two of the highest-profile teams from those two leagues will still meet in a heavily-anticipated home-and-home series in the future.
OK, so perhaps it’s hard to really anticipate two games that won’t be played until 2020 and 2021. But Tuesday’s announcement that Ohio State and Oregon will square off in Eugene and Columbus, respectively, in those causes excitement. Who wouldn’t be jazzed about the prospect of two Top 10 teams with high-powered offenses coached by Chip Kelly and Urban Meyer, going head-to-head?
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