The Auburn Tigers will take on the Florida State Seminoles on Monday night in the BCS National Championship Game 2014. This should be a classic match up between two teams that have lost just one game between them this season. The game will start at 8.30 p.m. ET from Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, and can be watched on TV on the ESPN network. The game will also be shown online through free live stream (details below).
The Auburn Tigers come into this Championship game having had a fantastic season, having lost just one game and going 12-1. However, they will have to inflict a first loss on the Florida State Seminoles who are unbeaten this season, having gone 13-0.
The Seminoles cannot compete with the Tigers when it comes to the running game, however, Florida State certainly have the more balanced attack, and can mix in the pass to really punish teams.
The rush attack has four of the most talented players in college football, led by Devonta Freeman, and followed by Karlos Williams and James Wilder Jr. Of course, quarterback Jaemis Winston is making a big name for himself already and he will be looked upon to have a massive game today to try and get the win.
Freeman is nearing 1,000 yards – something that has not been accomplished at Florida State since Warrick Dunn overcame that landmark number in 1996.
Meanwhile this will be a big day for he Seminoles' receivers; Rashad Greene, Kelvin Benjamin and Kenny Shaw. All three of those players are amazingly gifted and are extremely dangerous, and if they get going today, they could take the game away from the opposition.
Greene had 67 catches with 981 yards, Shaw had 52 catches for 929 yards, and Benjamin had 50 catches for 957 yards. That shows an amazingly even distribution, meaning opposition teams just have not been able to tell where the ball is going.
Tight end Nick O'Leary also has 33 catches for 557 yards, and he will want to have a big Championship Game.
The Auburn Tigers will take on the Florida State Seminoles in the BCS Championship Game 2014 at 8.30 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on TV on the ESPN network and can also be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.