LSU vs. OU: 2020 NFL Draft prospect stock report from Peach Bowl

LSU vs. OU: 2020 NFL Draft prospect stock report from Peach Bowl

LSU vs. OU: 2020 NFL Draft prospect stock report from Peach Bowl

He's also just the second commit the Buckeyes have ever gotten from Colorado, joining 2012 offensive lineman commit Joey O'Connor.

Should Ohio State fans have a beef with the SEC officiating crew? Yes.

LSU (14-0) was clicking on all cylinders from the start, dismantling Oklahuoma (12-2) with a first half for the ages. Led by Heisman Trophy victor Joe Burrow, these Tigers showed their resolve by dismantling No. 4 Oklahoma on Saturday in the other national semifinal game - with Burrow throwing for seven touchdown strikes and more than four hundred yards in the first half.

"I mean, what a football game", Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. He has been screaming to anybody who will listen that the Tigers have been overlooked all season.

The Clemson coach, in a press conference ahead of his team's preparation for the CFP national championship game against LSU, was asked about coach Ed Orgeron's quarterback Joe Burrow.

The biggest names of the game could possibly end up being the top two picks of the draft next year, with quarterbacks Justin Fields and Trevor Lawrence looking very good all season long.

Clemson defeated Ohio State, 29-23, in the Fiesta Bowl on Saturday to punch their ticket to the national championship.

There is no doubt that Clemson will implement a double team on Ohio State star defensive end Chase Young, adding a tight end chip block much like what MI and Wisconsin used to limit the defensive end.

Combined, the College Football Playoff Semifinals averaged 19.3 million viewers, generating 6% growth year-over-year, and are set to be the most-watched pair of CFP Semifinals for the four seasons the games were played outside of New Year's Day. Ohio State had plenty of opportunities to win that game both before and after that call was made.

The Buckeyes lost Wade in the first quarter on a targeting call that came from the replay booth.

Even more impressive than Lawrence's on-field performance (which included a 67-yard touchdown gallup) was the leadership he showed on the sidelines.

Clemson running back Travis Etienne scores on a go-ahead 34-yard touchdown catch with 1:49 left.

The Tigers went 94 yards on four plays in 1:18, with Lawrence completing all three of his passes and mixing in an 11-yard run.

Ohio State moved the ball effectively most of the game but its inability to finish off trips into the red zone cost the Buckeyes dearly.

In sports, it's never one play that determines a win or loss, but it always feels like it.

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