… is that they’re always easy to erase.
A Big Ten Conference mandate of not scheduling FCS football programs has been modified to put the Division I younger brothers back in the conversation again.
North Dakota State athletic director Matt Larsen said he’s been told the new policy is a direct reflection of the nine-game Big Ten schedule. On years where a Big Ten team has four home league games, it will be allowed to put an FCS team on its slate.
Gotta fill those bowl slots, right, Jimbo?
Selfishly speaking, the sad part here is that this move reduces the pressure on the SEC to toughen its scheduling.