The reigning college football champions visited the White House today, and President Obama made the Ohio State Buckeyes feel welcome and appreciated. We may not agree with the President on all things, but he did a good job of spotlighting the defining qualities of this team of stalwarts: they were a resilient bunch who didn’t back down after some initial adversity and showed true character in winning an improbable championship. 101 more words
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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama honored Ohio State at the White House on Monday for winning the first-ever College Football Playoff national championship.
After Obama gave a speech and… 73 more words
WASHINGTON — As the first-ever winners of the College Football Playoff, Ohio State visited President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday. Obama was laid back and cracked a lot of jokes in front of a packed crowd in the East Room. 512 more words
As has been the case for at least a decade, winning a national championship has its presidential privileges.
Monday afternoon, Ohio State became the latest college sports team to be feted at the White House, with… 336 more words
Three months after their title-winning season came to an end, the honors continue to roll in for Ohio State football.
Sunday afternoon, running back Ezekiel Elliott… 410 more words
Coming off a successful postseason, the Big Ten now has something else to be proud of. When the spring football attendance numbers are finalized in the coming weeks, the odds are pretty good the top three spring attendance crowds will all come from the Big Ten. 291 more words