In a recent video on IGTV of NFL, Mike Thomas is on a flashback tour to his victory of 2015. The Ohio State Buckeyes won the National Championship. The 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship was a bowl game. This is the playoff that determined a national champion of NCAA Division I FBS college football.
This was for the 2014 season, which took place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. This was on January 12, 2015. It was the culminating game of the 2014–15 bowl season as the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship. This was replacing the BCS National Championship Game. The national title was contested through a four-team bracket system. Also the College Football Playoff, which replaced the previous Bowl Championship Series.
Moreover, in the video he visited The Les Wexner Football complex, having NFL as his guide. This is a football campus situated in Ohio. Abigail Wexner wanted a unique gift for her philanthropist husband’s 70th birthday on Saturday, Tressel said.
So three years before the club, she donated the $5 million starter fund. This is for what turned out to be the recently completed, $21 million remodeling. This expansion of the 20-year-old Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
In the video, Mike Thomas remembered her win. The game was played between the winners of two designated semi-final bowl games played on January 1, 2015. It was the No. 4 Ohio State Buckeyes, who upset No. 1 Alabama 42–35 in the 2015 Sugar Bowl. Whereas the No. 2 Oregon Ducks, who defeated previously unbeaten No. 3 Florida State 59–20 in the 2015 Rose Bowl.
However, this was the first championship game since 2006 that did not feature at least one SEC team. Also the teams’ first meeting since the 2010 Rose Bowl. However, This is the one which the Buckeyes won 26–17.
Certainly, the Ohio State Buckeyes won the game, 42–20. This victory marking the first national championship awarded under the CFP system. Following the game, the AP Poll and Coaches’ Poll also named Ohio State as their top team of the season. Moreover, marking Ohio State’s first national championship since 2002 and their 8th overall.