The cloud has been lifted. Penn State can play postseason football. Penn State can compete for championships - The Big Ten and the College Football Playoffs. The NCAA announced on Monday that Penn State's four-year bowl ban has been reduced to two years and, thus, servced in 2012 and 2013. MarkRogersTV discusses the football ramifications for a hurting Big Ten coming off of "Black Saturday" when Ohio State, Michigan State and Michigan all suffered losses on the big stage. Now Penn State is not only 2-0, but eligible to compete for a spot in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Title Game. An undefeated season would seem in the realm of miraculous, but may be the conference's only way to make the College Football Playoffs. What is possible? What is probable? Is the decision justified?