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INDIANAPOLIS — While most across the country are debating whether an unbeaten Ohio State squad should get an invitation to the BCS Championship over a one-loss team from the Southeastern Conference, Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer certainly isn't one of them.
Why? Because Meyer — who has won two national titles in his career — understands that his team still has some important business to take care of before partaking in those conversations, as the second-ranked Buckeyes (12-0, 8-0 Big Ten) square off with No. 10 Michigan State (11-1, 8-0) Saturday night in the Big Ten Championship game (8:17 p.m., FOX).