What happens when two of the top ten scoring offenses face off in the NCAA College Football BCS title game? Heisman winner, quarterback, Jameis Winston leads his Florida States Seminoles team into Pasadena, California to take on Heisman runner up, running back, Tre Mason of the Auburn Tigers.
The Florida Seminoles have the number one ranked scoring offense scoring 53.0 points per game. Can Auburn’s defense slow down Winston, their two running backs that average over five yards per carry and their two stand out wide receivers Rashad Greene and Kelvin Benjamin?
Besides their lone loss to No.6 ranked LSU Tigers early this season, Auburn has won every shootout including 45-41 victory over Texas A&M and a 59-42 victory over no.5 ranked Missouri in the SEC title game. Their offense can keep up with their opponents.
If Auburn’s defense is able to slow down the firepower of the Seminoles, their rushing attack should be able to control the game and upset the No.1 ranked team. If Heisman trophy winner Winston continues his stellar performance, this freshman will be adding a BCS title to his collection of awards for the 2013 season.
Views expressed are those of the writer.
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