Ohio State Vs Michigan Cancelled For First Time Since WWI, Ramifications For Playoffs, Hurts Replaces Wentz, Ravens Beat Cowboys

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The big news out of the college football world is the cancellation of the annual rivalry game between #4 Ohio State and Michigan due to COVID-19 infections. Not only will this be the first time since World War 1 that these two rivals won’t be meeting, but the cancellation has big ramifications for the post-season. There is a six-game threshold to qualify for the December 19th Big 10 championship game and at 5-0, Ohio State would have been primed to win and get a fighting chance with the College Football Playoff selection committee. The Big 10 Conference Committee will meet today to discuss changing the requirements.

The Philadelphia Eagles announced they will replace quarterback Carson Wentz with rookie Jalen Hurts in their upcoming matchup with the New Orleans Saints.

The Baltimore Ravens handily beat the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday night 34-17 thanks in large part to the return of quarterback Lamar Jackson.

 

 

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