14th week college football The season kicks off with No. 3 TCU hosting No. 10 Kansas State in the Big 12 Championship in Arlington, Texas, and features several highly anticipated matchups to close out the year. increase.
The No. 14 LSU will then face No. 1 Georgia in the SEC Championship in Atlanta, while the No. 22 UCF will face No. 18 Tulane in the American Athletic Conference Championship in New Orleans.
Rounding out FOX is the Big Ten Title Games in Indianapolis. Purdue will face No. 2 Michigan next to his No. 9 Clemson and No. 23 North Carolina in his ACC Championship Game.
Saturday’s slate’s top plays were:
No. 10 Kansas State vs. No. 3 TCU
Will there be a TCU no matter what happens today?
No. 4 USC lost the Pac-12 title game on Friday night, losing to Utah 47-24. Some believe TCU is key to his 12-0 run in the college football playoffs following USC’s loss. Big 12 commissioner Brett Jormak claimed the Big 12 title ahead of his game on Saturday.
“We’re looking at the strength of their schedule and how they’ve played throughout the year,” Yeomark said. “The best way to come in is to handle business today. But I think they are in.”
TCU’s dynamic duo already linked
Quentin Johnston’s ankle looked fine early on when he caught a 53-yard pass from Max Duggan on TCU’s second play.
The Horned Frogs completed their 13-play opening drive with a touchdown pass from Duggan to Taye Barber.
Bold Calls Lead to Big Scores
In the final seconds of the first quarter, Kansas State picked it off on 4th down. The decision paid off when Will Howard spotted Ben Sinnott in PlayAction’s flat. Not only did Sinnot score a first down, but he ran into the end zone for a 6-yard score, making it 7–7.
Stay tuned for updates!
No. 14 LSU vs. No. 1 Georgia (4:00 PM ET)
No. 22 UCF vs. No. 18 Tulane (4:00 PM ET)
Purdue vs. No. 2 Michigan (8 PM ET, FOX)
No. 9 Clemson vs. No. 23 North Carolina (8:00 PM ET)
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