Wolverines and Buckeyes will feast on each other on Thanksgiving weekend in 2010.
Many Big Ten fans complained that the length of Ohio State's layoff's between the 2007 and 2008 National Championship games, which were as many as 51 days, as the reason for Buckeyes losing both games.
The Big Ten also scheduled the games to end the week before the holiday so that players and coaches could be with their families, and i'm sure the weather in the Midwest has had something to do with the schedule as well.
Whatever the reason, the Big Ten scheduling the Wolverines game at Columbus for next November 27th will no longer allow either of the two teams to have any excuse for losing any more bowl games because of a long layoff.
This is a big step by the conference, one that is, i'm sure is directly related to the Big Ten's teams failure in BCS games, and NCAA bowl games in general.