According to this writer the OSU-UM football rivalry could go by the wayside:
http://www.cleveland.com/osu/index.s...n_must_no.htmlThe Big Ten should announce its division pairings sometime in September, and the idea of placing Michigan and Ohio State in opposite divisions has been gaining steam, with everyone from Ohio State coach Jim Tressel to Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany to Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith to Michigan athletic director David Brandon laying groundwork for that possibility
I think this is a mistake. Arguably, OSU-MI is the most storied rivalry in all of sports and this setup would end it. In years like this yr in all likelihood the two wouldn't even meet. Some years they would meet twice, further diluting the impact of the game.
I feel strongly that they should be kept in the same division so that they play every year and also it would ensure that a lot rides on the game.
What do you think?