Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) and the entire House of Representatives today were pleased to present a resolution to President Dr. Michael Drake, Coach Urban Meyer, and the Ohio State University football team, commending their victory in the 2014-15 College Football Playoff National Championship.

Winners of the 2014 Big Ten Conference Championship title and the 2015 Sugar Bowl, the Buckeyes defeated the University of Oregon by a score of 42-20 to win the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship trophy, compiling an impressive 14-1 record along the way.

“On behalf of the Ohio House of Representatives, members of the Franklin County delegation, myself, and Leader Strahorn, it is such a great honor to invite you to the chamber of the people’s House ‘The People’s House’ to celebrate your victory and this national championship,” said Speaker Rosenberger during session today. “We can learn a lot as a state from the teamwork that this team has shown over the last year. Thank you for your example that you have set for the young folks of this state who you are encouraging every day, for the families that you allow to take away a little bit of worry or doubt because of your victory. It is much more than a football game.”

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