Tajh Boyd vs Braxton Miller. Lots of offense expected.
Let's hope Clemson's offense shows up for their bowl game this year.
Line: OSU -2.5
2014 Orange Bowl final score
Big night for Clemson offense
Sammy Watkins. 16 receptions for 227 yards (an Orange Bowl and Clemson record) and two touchdowns. What a beast!
Tajh Boyd also set an Orange Bowl record with 486 total yards.
I heard this was the first time Ohio lost when they score 35+ points. (insert sad panda here)
I was sitting courtside last night for DeShawn's epic 20/20 performance (and the rest of the team's sleepwalk) and I ran into Sam Webb at halftime.
Talked to him a bit about the QB situation now and asked him who he thought we had the best shot at still getting. He said he considers Tajh Boyd highly unlikely based solely on the fact that he wants no part of playing in the kind of offense we run. (That made me question why he committed to WVU in the first place, but whatever).
He did say though that he thinks we have a serious shot at Denard Robinson. I've heard that he could possibly commit somewhere on the spot if he likes it enough. His official visit is set for the beginning of January and Sam said everything was riding on that.
Maybe we can bring him in, see how he does at QB in fall practice and eventually move him somewhere else so we can go for a highly-rated guy in next year's class? Just a thought.
P.S. Apparently I'm stupid, because I just realized that I neglected to ask him if he knew any additional nuggets of knowledge about the Stinky Beaver. Oh well.
With the recent decommittment of Tajh Boyd from West Virginia, does Michigan have any chance of landing him or has the staff withdrawn the offer due to committments from beaver and forcier? Thanks for everyone's help.