The Buckeyes obviously have their season-ending clash with Michigan, which will take place on the road in Ann Arbor.
But Ohio State may be on a collision course with Michigan State.
The Spartans are the only team in the Legends Division who don't have a conference loss. Both Nebraska and Michigan have one defeat, so Michigan State is in the driver's seat for the division title.
The Spartans also caught a break from the scheduling gods, avoiding Ohio State, Wisconsin and Penn State from the Leaders Division. Michigan State will host the Wolverines and then travel to Nebraska in back-to-back weeks, and if it can survive that stretch, it'll cruise into Indianapolis.
Ohio State, of course, would have to take care of business, but as of right now, it looks like an Ohio State-Michigan State Big Ten title game is on the horizon.
Unless noted otherwise, all stats per NCAA.com.
David Regimbal is the Ohio State Football Lead Writer for Bleacher Report.
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