What if Mich and Illinois end the regular season with the same number of losses...but one team has one more win than the other (due to not being able to make up all games thus the difference in total games played)....assuming Ill and Mich do not get to make up their game under this senerio who gets the conference reg season title???.....winning %???.....can't believe the conference would allow this type of senerio to take place....thinking they'll make ever effort possible to play this game to avoid that type of situation from possibly happening...to make it even more of a cluster....throw tOSU in the senerio with same number of losses as Ill and Mich....B1G gotta be running all these possibilities through their heads and praying for no more cancellations in the coming weeksNot a great look for Michigan and I am so hilariously excited to hear any official explanation from UM or the Big Ten. If they don't make up the Illinois/Michigan game, there will be a LOT of explaining to do. After the whole OSU football debacle, you would think the Big Ten would be more careful about its image with favoritism/protecting its postseason money prospects and lay down the law to make sure Illinois/Michigan happens.
FTR, I don't care if we play Michigan on Thursday or in March, so if it's rescheduled ... whatever. Still total dodging move on their part, but at least we get a shot at that paper tiger, and my money is on the Illini being a tougher and tougher team to play as each week goes by this year.