I hope not. We were scheduled to not play three of the four geographically closest conference opponents this season: Northwestern was going to be our only opponent in the Central time zone. No Iowa, no Minnesota, and no Illinois on this year's schedule.I suppose the non-con will be a start-from-scratch thing but do you think the conference schedule will simply be 2020’s played a year later?
Welcome to the club!I have no clue how the current B1G scheduling system works.
And I'm not bored enough yet, to compare the past 5 years of schedules.
So any insight would be appreicated.
Hopefully with some stability in the conference roster, we will see more consistency in the schedules. Thanks for diving in!What I've gathered so far...
The B1G's 13 team baseball schedule started in 2015
If this season would have been played, it would have made 6 seasons.
In those 6 seasons, every B1G team would have played...
every other B1G team 4 times (2 Home, 2 Away, 2 Did Not Play).
Now, the exact pattern used to achieve this, I do not have yet.
There are some strange blimps...
like when Iowa played @ Nebraska back to back in 2017, 2018.
So again, I don't have the exact pattern (yet).
But I must give the B1G schedule makers some credit...
they made it possible for every team to play each other as much as possible over a reasonable amount of time.
Still like the 4 'automatic groupings' idea