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Old 12-03-2006   #1
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Default National Championship Breakdown

#1 Ohio State vs. #2 Florida

I'll break down the Ohio State Offense vs. the Florida Defense and let someone else break down the rest.

Ohio State Offense:

Troy Smith. 30 TDs on the season and only 5 INTs. 209 Passing Yards per game. 51 rushing yards per game. He plays very well in big games, and this one is big.

Antonio Pittman and Chris Wells. Combining for over 1,700 yards and 20 TDs these guys get 5 yards a carry. Antonio Pittman has taken twice as many carries as Chris Wells.

The Ohio State Recievers. Ted Ginn Jr. Anthony Gonzalez. Brian Robiskie. These three guys combine for over 2,000 yards recieving and 22 TDs this season. Ted Ginn is explosive and can break a long touchdown catch at any time. Anthony Gonzalez is a big threat in the red zone. The Florida secondary is going to have a hard time stopping these guys but they match up pretty well.

The Florida Defense:

In front four it starts with J. Moss. He has 42 tackles on the season and 4.5 sacks. Their sack leader is D. Harvey with 8 and he also leads the team with 9.5 TFL.

They have two special linebackers E. Everett and B. Siler. They combine for 110+ tackles on the season. B. Siler has 3 sacks and 8 TFL. They will have a hard time stopping the Ohio State rushing attack.

Reggie Nelson leads their secondary. He has 33+ tackles and 3 INTs on the season. "The Eraser" has erased alot of big pass and run plays this season and will probably do so against Ohio State. Look for him to match up on Ted Ginn's side most of the game. R. Smith and R. Lewis are the corners and Smith has 7 INTs on the season. They will have their hands full with Ginn and Gonzalez.
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