Georgia Bulldogs defeat Ohio State Buckeyes to advance to the College Football Playoff Championship


The Georgia Bulldogs have superior to the College Football Playoff Championship after defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes 42-41 within the second semifinal College Football Playoff sport Saturday.

Trailing by six factors late within the 4th quarter, defending nationwide champion Georgia mounted a 72-yard drive capped by quarterback Stetson Bennett’s third landing go of the sport to take the lead with 54 seconds remaining.

Ohio State used that point to drive the ball into subject aim vary, organising a 50-yard try for kicker Noah Ruggles. However Ruggles hooked the kick left, and the Bulldogs escaped with the 1-point win.

Georgia is the primary crew to come back again from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit in College Football Playoff historical past, in accordance with the NCAA.

Earlier Saturday, No. 3 Texas Christian College’s Horned Frogs got here into the primary semifinal sport as underdogs and pulled off a significant upset, delivering an exciting 51-45 win towards No. 2 Michigan Wolverines.

The Horned Frogs, who started the season exterior the Prime 25, defeated the beforehand unbeaten Michigan Wolverines 51-45 within the highest scoring Fiesta Bowl ever. The Massive Ten champions entered the sport favored by greater than a landing, however TCU by no means trailed within the sport en path to a shot on the nationwide championship.

Heisman runner-up Max Duggan threw for 225 yards and 4 whole touchdowns, whereas working again Emari Demarcado added 150 yards on the bottom on the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.

The Bulldogs will face the Horned Frogs Monday, January 9, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, for the Championship sport.

TCU shall be searching for its first nationwide championship since 1938 and the primary for a Massive 12 crew since 2005, whereas Georgia shall be aiming to be the primary back-to-back nationwide champion since Alabama in 2011 and 2012 and the primary repeat champion within the College Football Playoff period.