With the risk of Ohio State potentially missing out of the B1G Championship Game at the end of the season due to the league’s six-game minimum requirement, there’s been a call for the conference to reconsider that rule. But what would that entail?

According to ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg, the six-game minimum was a requirement that the 14 athletic directors agreed upon with consultation from the head coaches and league administrators. That would mean, presumably, all 14 athletic directors would have to agree on changing the requirement.

There are only two weeks left in the regular season, which means a change is probably unlikely at this time. But, hey, anything is possible. It is 2020, after all.

Ohio State is considered the best team in the B1G but is on the verge of missing the six-game requirement. The Buckeyes are currently sitting at 4-0 and No. 4 in the College Football Playoff rankings with games against Michigan State and Michigan left on the schedule.

Wednesday, Michigan announced that it was canceling its game against Maryland due to COVID-19 concerns. The Wolverines will not resume team activities until Monday, Dec. 7 at the earliest, putting next week’s game against Ohio State at risk.

There’s a very real possibility that Ohio State doesn’t get the opportunity to play that sixth game in the regular season.