The 2021 B1G season has concluded but it’s never too early to start looking ahead. The conference recently announced the changes it would make for the 2022 season.

As usual, there’ll be a variety of exciting matchups in the fall between the conference foes.

Changes come to make up for some of the adjustments made to the 2020 season. Below are some of the biggest changes, as well as the conferences full slate:

As noted above, there’s also some schedule changes that will take place.

Illinois at Indiana (Sept. 3) and Northwestern at Penn State (Oct. 1) are added games. The location has changed for the following games: Michigan at Indiana (Oct. 8), Nebraska at Purdue (Oct. 15), Purdue at Wisconsin (Oct. 22), Michigan State at Michigan (Oct. 29), Wisconsin at Nebraska (Nov. 19), and Indiana at Michigan State (Nov. 19).

The season will begin internationally in Ireland when Northwestern and Nebraska square off in Week 0.

Michigan defeated Iowa for the B1G title last season. The Wolverines kick off conference play with a home matchup vs. Maryland on Sept. 24.