College Football Playoff Central 2021

After claiming the program’s 39th Big Ten Conference title, the Ohio State Buckeyes are in the College Football Playoff.

Third-seeded Ohio State redeemed last season’s playoff loss, defeating second-seeded Clemson in the Sugar Bowl, 49-28.

Next up: Ohio State faces top-seed Alabama on Monday, January 11 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Fla.

THE BASICS


#3 Ohio State vs. #1 Alabama • Mon., Jan. 11 • When: 8:00 p.m. • Where: Hard Rock Stadium • TV: ESPN • Radio: 97.1 The Fan


 

 🎥 Official Trailer – National Championship Game

Photo Day

Sunday in the Sunshine State

Interviews

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Ticket Information

CFP Championship Game

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🎥🏈 2021 Sugar Bowl - Director's Cut

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The 2020 Ohio State Buckeyes

Ohio State won its 39th B1G championship and heads into the College Football Playoff unbeaten at 6-0 on the season.

Seeking to remain unbeaten and hoist its forth Big Ten trophy in as many seasons, Ohio State overcame missing several key players and a halftime deficit and rode a record-setting performance from running back Trey Sermon for a hard-fought 22-10 victory against a game Northwestern team Saturday in Indianapolis.

Sermon rolled up 331 yards on 29 carries, topping the Ohio State all-time single-game record set by Eddie George in 1995 (314 vs. Illinois). Sermon added a pair of touchdowns on the day. Sermon’s 331 yards is the most all-time in any conference championship game.

🏅 Postseason Honors

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