The Buckeyes look to bounce back from their first loss after a 24 game winning streak while Clemson QB Tahj Boyd hopes to end his college career on a high note with a win in the 2014 Orange Bowl.
2013-2014 College Bowl Previews
- BCS National Championship: Florida State vs. Auburn
- Rose Bowl: Stanford vs. Michigan State
- Orange Bowl: Ohio State vs. Clemson
- Sugar Bowl: Alabama vs. Oklahoma
- Fiesta Bowl: UCF vs. Baylor
Clemson Tigers vs. Ohio State Buckeyes: TV Time, Odds, Trends and More
The Buckeyes had been humming along to the tune of a 24-0 record right up until their final regular season game in 2013 against the Michigan State Spartans, who wrecked their impressive streak and earned themselves a ticket to the Rose Bowl (which they won on Jan 1. against Stanford). They’ll be hungry to return to the win column against the Clemson Tigers in this year’s Orange Bowl.
For the Tigers, all eyes will be on QB Tahj Boyd as he plays the final game of his college career with the Tigers. Over the span of his career he passed for 11,526 yards and a staggering 102 TDs — good for first all time in the ACC in that category.
Where Can I Watch the Game?
Kickoff: 8:30 PM ET, Friday, January 3, 2014
Venue: Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
Best Bars in Clemson to Watch the Game:
Overtime Sports Bar @ 102-2 Earle Street, Clemson
The Esso Club @ 129 old Greenville Hwy., Clemson
Best Bars in Ohio to Watch the Game:
Legends Sports Pub @ 1840 Town Parke Blvd., Uniontown
Pucker’s Sports Pub @ 3199 Whitewood St. Northwest, Canton
*As of Jan 2, 2014.
Spread: Clemson (+3) vs. Ohio State (-3)
Money: Clemson (+130) vs. Ohio State (-150)
- The total has gone OVER in 4 of Clemson’s last 6 games.
- The total has gone OVER in 6 of Ohio State’s last 8 games.
- Ohio State is 24-1 SU in its last 25 games.
- Clemson is 18-3 SU in its last 21 games.
- Ohio State is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games.
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