Colin Cowherd mocks himself after Ohio State rout: ‘I have the Buckeyes back at number one’

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Ohio State routed Michigan State 48-3 on Saturday to get closer to winning the Big Ten East division title. Now Colin Cowherd is having some fun, seeming to mock himself.

After the game, Buckeyes RB J.K. Dobbins called out the College Football Playoff selection committee for ranking Clemson in the Top 4 even though the Tigers lost to Syracuse.

Cowherd, remembering he picked Ohio State to win it all this year, is having fun at his own expense.

“I have the Buckeyes back at number one,” Cowherd tweeted.

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Cowherd is probably just having some fun. A few weeks ago, he said the Buckeyes would end up in the National Championship Game against Alabama — and win big. Cowherd also picked Ohio State to win the national title prior to the season.

In reality, Ohio State would need plenty of help and a ton of upsets to move back into serious College Football Playoff contention. But the Buckeyes are now nearing a division title and a spot in the Big Ten Championship Game. A national stage against Wisconsin would garner attention. Three years ago, the Buckeyes routed Wisconsin 59-0 to win the title and move up into the CFP. Ohio State later won the national championship.

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