2010 Bowl Projections: Ohio State's Sweet On Sugar

The Buckeyes are operating in an ever-so-nebulous orbit as one of three one-loss teams atop the Big Ten. They've lost to BCS No. 7 Wisconsin, but skipped Michigan State on the schedule and are nearly unanimously favored to beat Michigan in one of college football's highest-profile rivalry games.

With no undefeated teams remaining, the Big Ten won't be sending a squad to the national title game, and if the three-way tie at the top of the conference holds, BCS rankings will sort out the champ from the unlucky remainders. Right now, Ohio State holds a two-spot lead over the BCS No. 10 Spartans, which (combined with their massive, travel-happy fanbase) will make them a nigh-irresistible option for the Sugar Bowl selectors. The best available projections today predict they'll end up in New Orleans, facing LSU.

For more on the Buckeyes, visit SB Nation's Ohio State community, Along the Olentangy, and follow along with the race to Glendale at SB Nation's BCS Evolution.

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