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VIDEO: Trey Sermon Picks Up Unique Souvenir on the Field Following Ohio State's Sugar Bowl Win Over Clemson

David Kaestle
Trey Sermon rushing the ball during the CFP Semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl - Clemson v Ohio State.
Trey Sermon rushing the ball during the CFP Semifinal at the Allstate Sugar Bowl - Clemson v Ohio State. / Chris Graythen/Getty Images
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Trey Sermon and the underdog Ohio State Buckeyes came out and surprised much of the college football world with a dominant and convincing victory over the No. 2-ranked Clemson Tigers in the Allstate Sugar Bowl and National Championship Semifinal game on New Year's Day.

The Buckeyes walked away with a 49-28 victory, on the back of Sermon's 193 rushing yards and 1 touchdown, to go along with 61 receiving yards. Now Ohio State will play Alabama for the College Football National Championship on January 11.

Winning a game of this magnitude could very well be the pinnacle of many Oho State players' careers. Sermon decided to take the full opportunity to grab as many memories and souvenirs as he could.

Sure, every player gets a t-shirt, a hat, maybe one of those newspaper clippings, but Sermon decided he wanted a little more stuff that helped him look back on this achievement and it came in the form of confetti, a lot of confetti.

While it is certainly a unique thing to take home with you from a bowl game, it's not the first and probably won't be the last time we see it. Sermon just seemed very determined to come home with as much of it as he could, and after the game he had, that's understandable.


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