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Unfair advantage?: Big Ten allows Ohio State to start league play at home much more frequently than PSU


September 30, 2010
By Cory Giger,

From 2004 through 2012, Penn State has or will open Big Ten play on the road seven times in nine seasons. Meanwhile, the conference has given Ohio State a home opener in league play 70 percent of the time since the Nittany Lions entered in 1993.

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