Orange Bowl 2014 live stream is available for Ohio State vs. Clemson. TV game start time for the 2014 Orange Bowl will be at 8:30 p.m. ET, with ESPN providing the coverage for the game on Friday (Jan. 3). According to a report from ESPN on Friday morning, the current odds have the Ohio State Buckeyes as three point favorites heading into the contest. The over/under for the game is an astounding 70.5 points, suggesting it will be very high scoring.
The No. 7 Buckeyes come into this game with a 12-1 overall record, having only lost this season in the Big Ten title game. The team is looking to make a statement in its bowl game and that could lead to great nights from quarterback Braxton Miller and running back Carlos Hyde. On the season, Miller has 1860 passing yards and 22 passing touchdowns, as well as 1,033 rushing yards and another 10 touchdowns on the ground. Hyde has 1,408 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns to his credit.
The No. 12 Tigers are led by quarterback Tajh Boyd, who has 3,473 passing yards and 29 touchdowns to his credit. the team will rely heavily on him in this game and both teams are going to put up a lot of passing yards. During the season, the Tigers averaged 40.2 points per game and the Buckeyes averaged 46.3 points a night. Both teams also give up only about 21 points a contest.
The 2014 Orange Bowl live stream coverage and TV game start time will both be at 8:30 p.m. ET, giving fans a chance to watch online for free. For television it will be on ESPN and for the online streaming, fans can turn on the Watch ESPN application. The Ohio State vs. Clemson game will be the only one on the network for Friday night (Jan. 3) and it pits the second place teams from the Big Ten and ACC against each other.
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