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Dublin, Ohio, Has Renamed 2 Of Its Streets "Urban Meyer Way" And "Champions Drive"

As the state of Ohio continues to celebrate the Buckeyes' College Football Playoff National Championship win, one city, in particular, is taking extra measures to remind fans of the team's accomplishments. Dublin, Ohio, a city that head coach Urban Meyer currently resides in, has renamed two streets in OSU's honor. Bridge Street and High Street will now be known as Urban Meyer Way and Champions Drive, respectively. The town tweeted a photo of the workers making the changes.

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— Dublin Ohio (@DublinOhio)

Dublin renaming Bridge and High Streets "Urban Meyer Way" and "Champions Drive" today in honor of @OSUCoachMeyer and the Buckeyes

— Dublin Ohio (@DublinOhio) January 21, 2015

">January 21, 2015

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We're proud to be the place champions call home @OSUCoachMeyer@spinnershells#gobuckspic.twitter.com/ThudbBAucM

— Dublin Ohio (@DublinOhio) January 21, 2015

">@spinnershells #gobuckspic.twitter.com/ThudbBAucM

— Dublin Ohio (@DublinOhio)

We're proud to be the place champions call home @OSUCoachMeyer@spinnershells#gobuckspic.twitter.com/ThudbBAucM

— Dublin Ohio (@DublinOhio) January 21, 2015

">January 21, 2015

Ohio State's official celebration is set to take place this upcoming Saturday.