Before the Big Ten announced its divisional alignments last September, the most heated debates inevitably involved the placement of Michigan and Ohio State. Would they be in the same or different divisions? Would commissioner Jim Delany be so sacrilegious as to move their game earlier in the year? In the end the late-November date remained untouched, but it created a potential pickle: the possibility of a rematch seven days later if each team wins its division.
It could be cool. It could be overkill. It could be both. But in those programs' current states, it's most likely an issue for another year. The road to Indy is open to all comers.