The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday the revised football schedule for the 2020 season.

Michigan State will host Minnesota on September 5th to start the season, the Spartans were originally scheduled to play Northwestern on that same day.

The Spartans will play in Ann Arbor against Michigan for the second straight year on October 3rd.

And for the first time since World War II, Michigan and Ohio State will not finish the season against each other.  They will play in Columbus on October 24th in Week 8.

The schedule features multiple bye weeks to allow for postponed games (due to COVID-19) to be made up during one of the bye weeks.

The Big Ten Championship Game is scheduled for December 5th at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.  But that could be pushed back as well due any COVID-19 postponements.

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