Dec 31, 2014
2014 Orange Bowl
Sun Life Stadium - Miami Gardens, FL
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City: Miami, Florida
Conference Affiliate: ACC
Home Field: Sun Life Stadium
Official Sponsor: Discover
The 2014 Orange Bowl will feature a pair of national championship-caliber teams in the one-loss Ohio State Buckeyes and seasoned Clemson Tigers when it takes over Miami’s Sun Life Stadium on Jan. 3. Entering the Big Ten Championship Game, Ohio State was a likely candidate for the BCS National Championship, having amassed a 24-game winning streak and No. 2 spot in the BCS standings, but the untimely loss to Michigan State knocked the Buckeyes out of the running and down to seventh in the rankings. Still, the squad’s 12-1 record was enough to secure the program’s NCAA-leading 10th BCS bowl game bid, placing Ohio State in the Orange Bowl for the first time since 1977. Additionally, as noted by ESPN, Urban Meyer became the first head coach to take three different schools to BCS bowl games, having previously accomplished the feat at Utah and Florida as well.
Clemson’s selection for the Orange Bowl was a bit more of a surprise due to the number of teams with just a single loss on the year. After spending the majority of the season at No. 3 in the AP Top 25 weekly poll, and opening at No. 9 in the first BCS standings, the Tigers ended the regular season with two losses, albeit to strong opponents in Florida State and South Carolina. It will be Clemson’s second Orange Bowl appearance in three seasons, and first time facing Ohio State since topping the Buckeyes in the 1978 Gator Bowl.