COLUMBUS, Ohio – For almost all of Urban Meyer's first two seasons at Ohio State, his Buckeyes had the magic touch.
They won their first 24 games and seemed to have a knack for coming up with just what they needed to procure a win — winning all seven games decided by a touchdown or less.
Then they got smacked down by Michigan State in last year's Big Ten title game.
Now the Buckeyes (11-1, 8-0 Big Ten, No. 5 CFP) get a second chance at winning a conference championship when they take on No. 11 Wisconsin (10-2, 7-1, No. 13 CFP) on Saturday night in Indianapolis.
Despite losing star quarterback J.T. Barrett, the Buckeyes welcome a shot at redeeming themselves.