After being upset by the Sooners, Ohio State remains in the top 10, falls to No. 8/No. 9 in the most recent AP and Coaches polls.
The Ohio State Buckeyes take on the Oklahoma Sooners and everyone rooting for the Ohio team is hoping it goes just like it did last year in Norman.
All the Ohio State Buckeyes can do is watch and wait in hopes of the College Football Playoff committee setting a new precedent with a non-conference champion.
Ohio State remains at No. 2 in the College Football Playoff ranking in advance of The Game against the No. 3 Michigan Wolverines.
With a good chunk of last week’s top teams being upset by their opponents, the one-loss Ohio State Buckeyes moved to No. 2 in the updated College Football Playoff rankings.
Even though they may have barely beaten an unranked Northwestern team, the scarlet and gray were able to make a case for themselves as one of the top teams in college football.
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As the college football season has now drawn to a close, and my own personal distaste for the “Tim Tebow is the best Qb and human being ever!!” bandwagon now will go dormant at least for six months, now is the time for the other 118 programs in Division 1A to take stock, wrap up