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BCS National Championship – Florida State -8.5 vs Auburn

After Florida States dismantling of Duke, Auburns equally impressive win over Missouri, and Ohio States loss to Michigan State, the scene is set for the BCS National Championship.

In what seemed nearly impossible just a few weeks ago, the Auburn Tigers defeat over Alabama has them playing in their second National Championship in the last three years. Not bad for a team coming off a 3-9 season and having a new head coach.

Florida States run at the National Championship is almost as improbable. The Seminoles have a 13-0 record and have been led by Heisman frontrunner Jameis Winston. FSU has also put up massive points, including 67 against Nevada, 63 against Maryland (who was ranked #25 at the time), 51 against Clemson (ranked #3) and even 80 against Idaho. Sure, these teams aren’t the SEC caliber squads that Auburn has faced, but we could be in for a high scoring treat on January 6th.

The Tigers have also had their fair share of blowouts led by quarterback Nick Marshall and running back Sammie Coates. Marshall has also ran for 11 touchdowns, just one shy of his passing total. And while the Tigers will be Florida State’s only fourth ranked team they’ve played this year, Auburn has been tested by seven other teams that have been ranked in the top 25. And it just so happens that they already have a win against a number one team as well.

The BCS National Championship should be a good one with tons of offense provided. We’ll keep a close eye on the events leading up to the game, including whether or not Winston wins the Heisman, and how these two teams prepare as January 6th draws nearer.

Monday, January 6, 2014 (Times shown in Central Standard Time)
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