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Big Ten schedule: Conference releases third version in 2020

Big Ten Is Back

Third time’s the charm for the Big Ten…hopefully. Three days after the Big Ten reversed its postponement and announced an intention to restart the fall season, the conference released an eight-game schedule, their third version of a 2020 schedule, which follows the initial release before COVID-19 rocked college football and the August release of a nine-game conference schedule.

And the Big Ten dropped an amusing hammer on Nebraska, which had eight players file a lawsuit against the conference last month. The Huskers open in Columbus against national-championship contender Ohio State, whom they lost to by 41 points last September, and host Wisconsin a week later (and also drew Penn State from the East). Obviously, the Huskers must be thrilled to retake the field…but that’s quite the start for a program struggling for any sort of on-field relevancy. Here’s the full Big Ten schedule.

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