BCS National Championship Game 2014: Breaking Down FSU’s Game-Winning Drive

Posted by Michael Felder on January-7-2014 Add Comments

The Florida State Seminoles got the ball back with 1:19 to play and 80 yards to go, needing a touchdown to win the BCS National Championship. The team that many people questioned in the clutch would have to prove the doubters wrong if it wanted to hoist the crystal football.

That is exactly what Jimbo Fisher's team did, marching down the field in methodical fashion to score a touchdown and put away Auburn, 34-31 in Pasadena. Fisher bested Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson, and in the end, Fisher's team beat out Gus Malzahn's for the coveted trophy.

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