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If you have had the misfortune of conversing with an Ohio State fan in the past several months - which is highly likely since everyone who graduates from OSU gets the bleep out of Ohio as fast as they can and moves down South to annoy us - then the subject of the Buckeyes' 24-game winning streak has probably come up a time or two.
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The 2014 Rose Bowl features two old-school squads in Stanford and Michigan State, and the two programs have bullied opponents into submission all year long.
Senior guard Lenzelle Smith, Jr. looks to pass during a game against Central Connecticut State Dec. 7 at the Schottenstein Center.
His stat line may say otherwise, but Sam Thompson's game has never been more productive.
So Urban Meyer is human after all. The guy really can lose a football game. Who would've thought such a thing? Certainly not Ohio State football fans, who have grown accustomed to Meyer mashing every foe in his path.
It started with the Ohio State Buckeyes, who suffered a 34-24 defeat to Michigan State in the Big Ten title game and lost their chance to play in the national championship in the process.
Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston will have plenty of company at the Heisman Trophy ceremony on Saturday night - but he won't be joined by any players from Ohio State.
Braxton Miller is dumped by two Michigan State Spartans during second quarter of Ohio State's 34-24 loss in Big Ten championship game Saturday in Indianapolis.
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The refrain is the same almost every single bowl season: the Big Ten plays a tough slate of games and comes up short, especially in the bigger bowls.
The 2013 season was full of offense. Whether it was Florida State, Auburn, Baylor or Oregon, the offensive fireworks were abundant this season in college football.
It's the last stop in a profession. It's a bitter place in that regard, because to stay there, to play there, you do what you have to do.
When Ohio State fell for the first time in two years and Oklahoma State couldn't beat its Bedlam rival at home, the ramifications were a last-minute shakeup for the five Bowl Championship Series games.
Michigan State rightfully deserved the Big Ten crown. The Spartans were the mentally tougher of the two opponents Saturday night in Indianapolis.
A matchup of the Ohio State offense and the Florida State defense would have been nice to see, but Ohio State's loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship Game on Saturday squashed all hopes of that rankings of what the bowl games will look like.
In the itinerary Urban Meyer and Ohio State mapped out two years ago, the final destination was Pasadena, Calif., and not for a New Year's Day soiree.