Bjoern Werner is rare. The Florida State star defensive end is a married college student, already going on three years of wedded bliss. He’s a German-born All-American. He ended the regular season with 13 sacks, second-most in the nation.
Whether one chooses to watch it on TV while hosting a game-day party or makes plans to tailgate under cloudless South Florida skies, locals have the treat of enjoying the biggest college football game of the year right here at home.
At SunLife Stadium, the tents are going up for the Orange Bowl and Discover National Championship. Already, Northern Illinois University and Florida State University are in town preparing to shine in the national spotlight next Tuesday.
Most college football fans believe Florida State will demolish Northern Illinois in the Discover Orange Bowl next week, but don’t tell that to Huskies quarterback Jordan Lynch.
The Discover Orange Bowl is less than a week away and both the Florida State Seminoles and Northern Illinois Huskies are scheduled to arrive in Miami Wednesday to begin final preparations for the game.
The Orange Bowl is one of six highly anticipated games in the Bowl Championship series of college football. This event invites fans, locally and nationally, to flock to South Florida and say Happy New Year in a football state of mind.
Tickets to this year’s Orange Bowl match up between Florida State and Northern Illinois University are selling like hot cakes on NIU campus.
There may be an influx of Northern Illinois University students in Miami in the first week of January, but it’s not an early spring break.
In what could be the biggest mismatch of the bowl season, the Orange Bowl will match up the No. 12 Florida State Seminoles and the No. 15 Northern Illinois Huskies in the 79th Discover Orange Bowl on New Year’s Day.
The Heat keep winning at home. The college football season is going bowling and the Orange Bowl once again got hosed. And the Dolphins are a lot like a recent quote from Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel.