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.
Flipper the Dolphin predicted the winner of the 2014 Discover Orange Bowl to be the Clemson Tigers.
The Atlantic Coast Conference began the 2013 season hoping to get back into the race for the national championship and boost the conference’s overall image.
The Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten Conference have historically been the conferences that like to run the football the most. But the Atlantic Coast Conference is moving the football on the ground at the highest rate since 1996.
The Florida State Seminoles will be without one of the three players who have spear-headed the team’s three-headed rushing attack this season.
Head football coaches are accustomed to trying to fire up a team in the face of any challenge. But, sometimes the attempt to spin for your team comes across as almost delusional. A good case in point is Clemson Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney.
Much has been made of the performance of Florida State Seminoles offense led by quarterback Jameis Winston. But, on Saturday against Clemson, the Seminoles defense was on display and looked ready to tackle any opponent in its path to Pasadena.
The Florida State Seminoles have teased national writers and fans the last few years as being ready to compete for a national championship. Loaded with talent, the Noles always got tripped up by some team that shouldn’t have beaten them. Not this year.
The University of Miami was on the cusp of making it to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game last year before the school self-imposed a postseason ban. But, if the ACC media is right, the Canes will be playing for the championship come December.