The Big Ten announced it will advance Ohio State to the conference championship game on Dec. 19 despite playing just five games this season.

The conference previously announced there would be a six-game minimum for teams to be eligible to win a division championship.

But since Ohio State would have been named Big Ten East champions with a win or a loss against Michigan on Saturday, the conference decided to repeal the six-game minimum and send the Buckeyes through to play Northwestern.

While it’s a sensible financial decision for the conference as a whole, many fans are frustrated with the ruling. Particularly so for Indiana, who is 6-1 with its lone loss coming in narrow fashion to Ohio State earlier in the year.

Fans are also still baffled by the Big Ten’s missteps that led to this point. The conference could have had a 10-game schedule with multiple open dates built in to protect against cancelations, but it instead decided to (temporarily, as it turns out) cancel the season back in August.

Here’s the some of the reaction to today’s news: