The Big Ten is likely to clear the way for Ohio State to play in the Big Ten Championship Game, a move that drew varied reactions from across social media.

Ohio State, at 5-0 and No. 4 in the latest AP Top 25 Poll, need to play one more regular season game to qualify for the Big Ten Championship Game. With Michigan opting out of Saturday’s game due to a spike of COVID-19 within their program, Ohio State would technically not qualify for the game.

And given that the Buckeyes are the Big Ten’s best hope to make the College Football Playoff, it appears that the conference is now willing to waive the six-game threshold.

The reactions, including a funny one by former CBS Sports senior vice president Leslie Wade (now head of Wade Management) as well as those more analytical, started to pour in soon after the report.

A look at the varied reactions to the news that Ohio State is heading to Indianapolis to take on Northwestern: