While it sounds too crazy to ever happen, try to imagine a world where conference scheduling issues kept Michigan and Ohio State from playing each other in football. Or North Carolina and Duke in basketball. Or... well, you get the point. It wouldn't be cool. At all.
Now imagine that same world, where Brady Hoke and Urban Meyer, Coach K and Roy Williams, or any other championship-winning coaches, put their egos aside and said, "Enough with the scheduling quirks, we want to play. It doesn't matter where the game is, or whether it counts towards the conference standings. Let's figure out a way to make it happen."
Now, let's take this hypothetical one, wild step further: Imagine if the two coaches, not only figured out a way to get each other on the schedule, but also finalized the deal via Twitter, with thousands of fans getting a virtual front row seat to see all the details come together.
It seems too crazy to be true, huh? Only in college wrestling it actually happened.