Tajh Boyd went out in style. Sammy Watkins probably played his finale as well. And Clemson even got to take a little swipe at rival South Carolina.
The finishing touches are underway at Sun Life Stadium for the 2014 Discover Orange Bowl Game between the Clemson Tigers and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Dressed in a Ohio State jersey with the name “Big Nut” on the back, Jon Peters poses for pictures. He painted his face scarlet and gray and is decked head-to-toe in everything Buckeye.
The 2014 Orange Bowl features a matchup of two storied football programs in Ohio State and Clemson. The game is expected to be one of the best of the bowl season, but it’s still possibly a loser for both teams due to the outgoing BCS system.
The 2014 Discover Orange Bowl has the potential to be a record-breaking shootout between two of the top offenses in the nation when Clemson plays Ohio State Friday night.
The Clemson Tigers and Ohio State Buckeyes play in the Discover Orange Bowl this week in a game matching up the legendary programs for only the second time in history. But both squads are likely hoping the 2014 Orange Bowl isn’t as infamous as the last meeting.
While the sports nation focused its attention on Auburn’s miraculous play at Jordan Hare Stadium and the dramatic ending between Michigan and Ohio State; in the middle of the nation, the Missouri Tigers continued to do what they have done all season, win.
The Ohio State Buckeyes have run roughshod over the Big Ten Conference this year and stand one win away from claiming the Big Ten Championship.
Kenny Guiton again starred in place of the injured Braxton Miller, setting a school record with six touchdown passes — all in the first half — to lead No. 4 Ohio State to a 76-0 victory against Florida A&M on Saturday.
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide are in a familiar position in the season’s first USA Today Coaches poll of 2013, looking down at the rest of the college football world.