After a regular season, Ohio State University Second

After a regular season, Ohio State University Second looks like a college football favorite playoff with breathtaking defense and a fast breakout. Then Wisconsin entered the top ten championship games. Although Bakai (13-0) won the conference championship, they are not even a favorite of the Carnival Cup. This honor belongs to Clemson’s third place, which not only defeated his ACC brothers, but also embarrassed them: 62-17 against Virginia at the conference championship, 55-10 against North Carolina State University, 52-3 against Wake Forest, 45-10 against Louisville etc.

The winner of this game will meet the Peach Ball champion Louisiana in the national championship on Saturday, January 13, who defeated Oklahoma with an advantage of 63-21.

7:29 a.m.
Ohio State Starts With Field Goal
Buckeyes started at an alarming rate and fell 71 yards to the Clemson 4-yard line. But the Tiger defense stood on the goal line, forcing Blake Haubail to score a 21-yard goal. (Ohio 3, Clemson 0, Q1 12:03)


7:20 a.m.
We set off
Ohio State University will host the opening ceremony and begin on the 25-yard line.


7:15 a.m.
Winners will face LSU
The tigers defeated Oklahoma in a peach ball and smashed several records along the way. Louisiana State Quarterback Joe Barrow made 8 touchdowns, 7 passes and 1 throw, throwing 493 yards.


6:30 a.m.
What you need to know
Where: Glendale State Stadium, Arizona.

Time: 8 pm east.


Stream: ESPN Application

Line: Clemson, -2.


6:29 a.m.
Two heavyweights collide
It is worth noting that the two champions over the past three seasons, “Tigers” (13: 0), are the only teams that participated in the national championship. Buckeyes have not returned to the final of the playoffs since they won the game in the 2014 season (before the college football era).

In the meantime, Clemson’s trainer Dabo Swinney performed three times and won both titles under his own name. He won the last quarterback championship of Trevor Lawrence, who at that time was just a rookie and spent another great season in his second year. He threw 3,172 yards and 34 touchdowns and has not shot since mid-October, although there have been eight times this season. Returning to Travis Etienne, he participated in three playoff games: this season eight games of 100 yards, and he scored 1,500 yards with 17 touchdowns.

Sweeney hopes that this combination, combined with the ability to lead the country’s defense in allowed yards and scored points, will include Ohio State University, which has proven its ability to generate a huge advantage in an instant. Defender Justin Fields threw 2,953 yards (the smallest defender in the playoffs) and 40 touchdowns with one interception. Five receivers — C.J. Hill, Chris Olaf, Victor Bingimmen, Garrett Wilson, and Austin Mike — have at least 20 catches. Returning to J.K. Dobbins could be the future NFL driver racing 1829 yards (most in the playoffs) and 20 touchdowns.