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It’s OSU vs. LSU

by @ 7:37 am on December 3, 2007. Filed under 2007 BCS Championship, College Sports, Ohio State Buckeyes, Sports

It’s official, Ohio State will be in the BCS Championship Game for the second year in a row and, this time, they’ll be facing a different team from the SEC:

NEW YORK (AP) — LSU has a ticket to the title game. Everyone else has a pretty good gripe.

The latest chapter in this crazy, unpredictable college football season was written Sunday when LSU won the sport’s version of the lottery, being picked to play Ohio State for the championship and leaving about a half-dozen other candidates with plenty to complain about.

The Tigers (11-2), ranked second in the latest Associated Press poll, will be the first team to play in the BCS title game with two losses.

“It is something a lot of guys never thought we would have the opportunity to have after we lost to Arkansas, but the guys just kept on fighting and controlled the things they could control and now we are going on to play in the championship,” LSU safety Craig Steltz said.

No. 1 Ohio State goes into the game, Jan. 7 at the Superdome in New Orleans, at 11-1.

“We always talk to our guys about the fact you better win all your games,” Ohio State coach Jim Tressel said. “We didn’t do that but we still have an opportunity in a crazy football season.

Crazy doesn’t begin to describe it, but hopefully, this year, the Championship Game will be a little more exciting.

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