Talk:2002 Ohio State Buckeyes football team
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13 Game Regular Season Schedule
Why is it that OSU was able to schedule 13 regular season games during this season? College football teams in the last decade have only been able to schedule a maximum of 12 regular season games, with the only exception being if they travel to Hawaii. Then they are allowed to schedule a 13th game. Given this rule, I think it's fair to include the reason that rule didn't apply to this team in this particular year. Does anybody know the reason for this?Kp.murphy (talk) 15:36, 9 December 2009 (UTC)
I just read that there used to be a rule that if you played during week 1 of the NCAA Football schedule, it didn't count against your 12 game regular season total... I wonder if this was the reason.Kp.murphy (talk) 15:39, 9 December 2009 (UTC)
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