07:23 AM ET 12.02 | Of course, Ohio State had more riding on Alabama-Auburn than most, and the result has certainly changed their outlook -- at least on the outside? Internal discussion about Ohio State's enhanced involvement in the BCS Championship Game conversation will not last 15 minutes. In fact, [Urban Meyer] said he would spend "six or eight seconds" talking with the team about the Buckeyes' ranking. Ohio State moved up to No. 2 in the BCS rankings, with a slight lead over No. 3 Auburn. Instead, Meyer wants all of his players' focus directed at Michigan State, the Buckeyes' adversary for Saturday's conference title game in Indianapolis. "No conversation about it, no social networking about it," Meyer said. "Our focus is on this game and that's it. It'd be a disservice to our players if I went and worried about it."