The Big Ten Made College Football Playoff History Sunday

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By Matt Hladik The Big Ten has a chance to make a major statement in this year’s College Football Playoff. For the first time in the nine-year history of the event, two Big Ten teams cracked the four-team playoff field. Michigan, the undefeated champions of the conference, are the No. 2 seed, while Ohio State, whose only loss of the year came against the Wolverines, are seeded fourth. The Big Ten is now the first league other than the SEC to put two teams into the playoff in a single year. The ACC sort of did it in 2020 with Clemson and Notre Dame, but the Fighting Irish were only temporary me…

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