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.
#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
Watch as head coach Ryan Day, offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson, and members of the Buckeye offense.
Watch as defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs and members of the Buckeye defense.
Watch as head coach Ryan Day, RB Trey Sermon, and LB Tuf Borland detail their preparations for facing Alabama
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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.