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Photos: Columbus Zoo tweets pictures of animals joining in on O-H-I-O

With Ohio State in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game tonight, the O-H-I-O photos are aplenty. Few, if any, will top the ones the Columbus Zoo (@ColumbusZoo) is tweeting out, though. Employees of the zoo are taking photos with select animals, photobombing, serving are the “I.” So far, there’s been a giraffe, koala and tiger getting in on the act. Oh, and not to be ignored, the zoo also put an Ohio State hat on a gorilla, which seemed to like it. No. 4 Ohio State takes on No. 2 Oregon at 8:30 p.m. ET at AT&T Stadium

Gallery: Check out these pregame shots from AT&T Stadium

No. 4 Ohio State and No. 2 Oregon face off in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game tonight. Here are some of our favorite pregame photos, courtesy of USA TODAY Sports.

BTN LiveBIG: Ohio State living big on and off the football field

Ohio State will be representing the Big Ten Conference tonight when the Buckeyes take on the Oregon Ducks in the long-anticipated College Football Playoff Championship Game. The team overcame key injuries throughout this season and finished strong to get into the first-ever college football playoff, and surprised many — including experts writing for this site — with its 42-35 victory over top-ranked Alabama in the first-round game on New Year’s Day. But the football players aren’t the only ones “living big” these days in Columbus. From autism treatment to auto manufacturing, the Buckeyes had a banner year. Here are recent