BCS National Championship Game Tonight: Florida State v. Auburn

May Alexander


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If you have been watching the BCS Bowl games so far, it is very clear that there has been no lack of scoring. That trend will continue tonight, as the BC Championship Game unfolds in Pasadena between the Florida State Seminoles and the Auburn Tigers.

FSU is currently ranked first in offense (and defense) in the BCS, and is putting up an average of 53 points per game on their opponents. Their Heisman winning quarterback, Jameis Winston – who suffered a tumultuous season off the field – is able to attack through the air without issue, allowing his receivers to look like all-stars, while leaving defensive backs in their wake before breaking the plain of the pylons.

Auburn has rebounded to their 2010 championship year (with Cam Newton at the helm) status, averaging 40.2 points per game, which is ninth in overall scoring. The Tigers quarterback has less aerial attack abilities than his FSU counterpart, but boasts 1023 rushing yards coming into tonight’s game, which means he is tough for defenses to contain. Add Tre Mason to the mix, Auburn’s running back who currently has 1621 yards on the ground before entering tonight’s game, and FSU’s defense better be on their toes in order to contain both running threats.

In the end, this is anyone’s game, and will make for a perfect end to the college football season.

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