This year's Big Ten Championship Game is one of the most uncompetitive conference championship games in the history of college football.
Ohio State, ranked No. 5 in the CFB Playoff rankings, is blowing out No. 13 Wisconsin, 52-0, and has out-gained the Badgers by more than 300 yards.
Part of the reason for this mockery of a conference championship game is probably due to the fact that it doesn't feature the Big Ten's two best teams. Ohio State is clearly the conference's top squad, but Wisconsin doesn't appear to be the second-best. Michigan State (10-2, 7-1), ranked No. 10 in the CFB Playoff rankings, is.
One Michigan State defensive end thinks the Big Ten should think about realigning the divisions.
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To be fair to the Big Ten, we already saw Ohio State-Michigan State, and it ended with an emphatic Buckeye victory. It's not like the Spartans didn't have their shot at Urban Meyer's team.
The Big Ten's East Division does seem to be substantially better than the West Division at the moment, though.