VIDEO: Dennis Dodd discusses Big Ten scheduling changes

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer

The Big Ten has been busy this offseason preparing for Maryland and Rutgers to join the conference in 2014. Commissioner Jim Delany already announced that the conference will expand to a nine- or 10-game conference schedule, but that's not the only change. According to Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez, Big Ten schools have agreed that they'll stop scheduling FCS programs.

CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss the changes and what they mean for the future of the conference.

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