2015 National Championship vs. Oregon - 8th National Championship
2015 Sugar Bowl vs. Alabama - Inaugural Playoffs Win
2014 Big Ten Championship vs. Wisconsin - Big Ten Blow Out
2014 Big Ten Regular Season vs. Penn State - Double OT Sack
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2015 National Championship
8th National Championship
4 Ohio State vs. 2 Oregon
42 - 20
January 12, 2015
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Ohio State proved they were the definitive National Champions of the 2014 season, holding Oregon to their lowest point total of the season. Oregon scored first but Ohio State quickly struck back with a 33yd touchdown from Ezekiel Elliott. It was the first of four touchdowns for Elliott and six total for Ohio State, who won by a three touchdown margin.
2015 Sugar Bowl
Inaugural Playoffs Win
4 Ohio State vs. 1 Alabama
42 - 35
January 1, 2015
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, LA
In the inaugural football playoffs, Ohio State handed a resounding loss to #1 Alabama. Alabama won the first half but Ohio State ended the second quarter on a trick play to bring them within 1 point of Alabama. That was all the momentum Ohio State needed and they owned the second half and earned themselves a spot in the National Championship game.
2014 Big Ten Championship
Big Ten Blow Out
5 Ohio State vs. 13 Wisconsin
59 - 0
December 6, 2014
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
Ohio State was the favorite to win the Big Ten Championship but no one expected them to rout Wisconsin 59-0. In a game that saw 8 touchdowns, perhaps the best was Cardale Jones 39 yd touchdown pass for Ohio State's first score in his first career start. The spectacular win helped secure Ohio State's place in college football's first playoff series.
2014 Big Ten Regular Season
Double OT Sack
13 Ohio State vs. Penn State
31 - 24
October 25, 2014
Beaver Stadium, University Park, PA
It took two overtimes to put them away, but Ohio State got the W against a solid Penn State team. Ohio State got the ball first in the 2nd overtime and J.T. Barrett got the touchdown on a 4 yd run. Ohio State then held the Penn State on three downs to bring up 4th and 6 where an exhausted Joey Bosa managed one last huge surge of effort to push running back Akeel Lynch into quarterback Christian Hackenberg for the sack and the win