2015 College Football Playoff Semifinals
Capital One Orange Bowl
#4 Oklahoma Sooners vs #1 Clemson Tigers
Sun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida
Thursday, December 31, 2015, 4:00 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN
Opening Line: Oklahoma -4 (+100)
Current Line: Oklahoma -3 1/2 (-115)
Opening Total: 65
Current Total: 63 1/2
Opening Money Line: Oklahoma -155 / Clemson +135
Current Money Line: Oklahoma -170 / Clemson +150

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2014 Discover Orange Bowl
#12 Clemson Tigers vs #7 Ohio State Buckeyes

Sun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida
Friday, January 3, 2013, 8:30 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN
Opening Line: Ohio State -2 1/2
Current Line: Ohio State -2 1/2 (-115)
Opening Total: 66 1/2
Current Total: 70 1/2
Opening Money Line: Ohio State -135 / Clemson +115
Current Money Line: Ohio State -160 / Clemson +140 

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2013 Discover Orange Bowl
Tuesday, January 1, 2013, 8:30 pm Eastern, TV: ESPN
#15 Northern Illinois Huskies vs #12 Florida State Seminoles
Sun Life Stadium – Miami Gardens, Florida

Opening Line: Florida St -15
Current Line: Florida St -14
Opening Total: 56 1/2
Current Total: 59
Opening Money Line: FSU -550 / NIU +450
Current Money Line: FSU -525 / NIU +425

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Orange Bowl
Georgia Tech (-4) vs. Iowa
8:00 pm ET

This game is entirely about just one thing – Iowa’s ability to adjust. Georgia Tech’s offense is truly bizarre. They have never thrown more than 17 passes in a game all year (often fewer), and they run absolutely relentlessly. They don’t just run it up the middle either – they have a million different looks they can throw at a team, and they can do a hundred different things from every formation. Iowa has never seen anything like this because there isn’t much like this, and certainly nothing in the Big Ten. There is lots of running in the Big Ten, but it is far less creative and unique than what Iowa will see here. If the Hawkeyes can handle the offense then they can make this one very interesting. If they can’t, though, then this one will get ugly. The biggest problem that Iowa has is that their offense is lousy, so they aren’t likely going to be able to compete if this one turns into a shootout.

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