The Big Ten Championship game is underway at Lucas Oil Stadium. No. 1 Ohio State takes on the eighth- ranked Wisconsin Badgers in a battle for the conference title.
The game is being played at a neutral site, as is the case each season in the Big Ten. But it certainly isn’t a split crowd tonight. Buckeyes fans have invaded Lucas Oil Stadium, giving a clear crowd advantage to Ohio State.
Buckeye nation got loud prior to the start of the game, chanting the traditional “O-H-I-O” before kickoff. Even though the video was taken from the press box with glass wall to quiet the noise, Ohio State fans were heard loud and clear.
Cleveland.com shared the video:
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It truly doesn’t matter where Ohio State is playing – its fans will show up anywhere. Buckeye Nation is considered one of the most passionate fan-bases in college football, and they’re certainly proving it at the Big Ten title game on Saturday night.
Ohio State is looking to move to 13-0 on Saturday and subsequently hold onto its No. 1 seed in the College Football Playoff rankings. But after LSU’s blowout win over Georgia in the SEC Championship, many believe the Tigers could jump OSU in the rankings.
The Buckeyes must beat Wisconsin in convincing fashion if they hope to stay at No. 1 on Sunday.