Ohio State had one last chance to make its case on the field. Saturday night in Indianapolis, the Buckeyes has an opportunity to prove it was the best team in college football.

The Buckeyes defeated No. 8 Wisconsin 34-21 to claim a third straight B1G title and improve to 13-0 on the season. The first half was pretty ugly, trailing the Badgers 21-7, but Ryan Day and company played a flawless second half to secure a spot in the College Football Playoff.

Now, the question is whether or not Ohio State has done enough to hang on to that No. 1 ranking, or if the Buckeyes get passed up by No. 2 LSU, which defeated No. 4 Georgia in the SEC Championship Game 37-10.

After Ohio State claimed its B1G title, Day and a few players made their case to be the No. 1 team in the country when the College Football Playoff rankings come out on Sunday.

Ohio State certainly makes a strong case, beating Penn State, Michigan and Wisconsin in the last three weeks of the season. The Buckeyes also defeated Cincinnati and Wisconsin earlier in the year.

But will Saturday’s B1G title and 13-point win over the Badgers be enough? Or will LSU take that No. 1 spot back over? We’ll find out on Sunday.