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The College Football Playoff National Championship has arrived as we’ve completed our navigation through one of the most unique college football seasons in memory. Completing this journey, despite all of the issues, interruptions and problems — both real and potential — should be viewed as quite an accomplishment. And now, No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Ohio State will take the field one final time to determine the national champion for one of the wildest seasons in the history of the sport.
While playing for championships is familiar territory for both programs, how they got here couldn’t have been more different. Alabama played close to a full schedule with the SEC opting for a conference-only slate. The Crimson Tide got in all 10 SEC games plus two postseason matchups. It wasn’t a completely smooth effort — coach Nick Saban tested positive for COVID-19 and missed the Iron Bowl — but all things considered it could have been worse.
Ohio State, on the other hand, almost didn’t have a season. The Big Ten initially eschewed a fall season for another crack at football in 2021 but eventually did an about-face with a shortened eight-game slate starting in late October. Because of various cancellations, Ohio State only played five games, but the Big Ten walked back its six-game minimum to allow the Buckeyes to play in the Big Ten Championship Game. Playing only six times, Ohio State was subject to intense scrutiny that it hadn’t played enough games to merit a playoff invite. However, the CFP Selection Committee included the Buckeyes anyway and the decision proved to be the right one when they beat up on Clemson 49-28 in the Sugar Bowl semifinal.