College Football Playoffs

Sean Comstock, Aidan Smith, and Rodrigo Navarro

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The first college football playoff game was one of the craziest. Oklahoma opened the game with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Baker Mayfield to Marquise Brown. Later in the quarter, Rodney Anderson got the lead for the Sooners. Oklahoma started off the 2nd quarter with a 41-yard rush by Rodney Anderson putting them up 14. Soon after, Georgia returned the favor. Then Austin Seibert made a close 38-yard field goal to lead his team 24-14. Rodrigo Blankenship countered by making a 55-yard field goal to put the dawgs down 31-17 at halftime. The Bulldogs continued their momentum with a 50-yard rushing touchdown by Nick Chubb, his first touchdown of the game. In the 4th quarter with 55 seconds left, Nick Chubb had a touchdown run to tie the game and sent it to overtime. Finally, in double OT Sony Michel had a long touchdown run to send them to the National Championship.

The second college playoff game was absolute domination. The first score of the game was from Andy Pappanastos with a nice easy 24-yard field goal. Alabama scores again with a 12-yard touchdown pass from Jalen Hurts. Then Clemson returns with a 44-yard field goal from Alex Spence. That ended the half. Then Alex Spence makes a 42-yard field goal to bring up the score 10-6. Again Jalen Hurts leads his team with a 1-yard touchdown pass to a defensive lineman acting as fullback. Then Mack Wilson returned a 18 yard pick-six. Alabama had a total of 120 passing yards with a pair of passing TDs, while Clemson only had a total of 124 yards and 2 interceptions.

The final game of the year started off with Georgia up 6-0. Then, with full momentum, Mecole Hardman led a 1-yard run to bring the score to 13 – 0 at the half. Then a 6-yard TD catch put the Crimson Tide on the board. Mecole Hardman then had a remarkable 80-yard reception for a touchdown, giving Georgia a 20-7 lead. Then Andy Pappanastos had back to back field goals to make the score 13 – 20, Georgia. Then Tua Tagovailoa threw a 7-yard pass to Calvin Ridley to tie the game. In overtime, Georgia had a 51-yard field goal to take the lead, but Devonta Smith had a 41-yard touchdown reception to win the game 26-23. Alabama won the game on a comeback thriller, truly one to remember.

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