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Ohio State's Jalin Marshall Reaches Around Oregon Defender to Make Grab

Considering this is the College Football Playoff National Championship, that's a pretty clutch catch.

In the first quarter against the Oregon Ducks, Ohio State's Jalin Marshall made a ridiculous catch, reaching around the defender to make the grab.

Here's another look at the catch:

That catch helped move the Buckeyes down the field, leading to a 33-yard touchdown run from Ezekiel Elliott to tie the game at 7-7.


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Clemson Football: 5 Players Poised to Break out in 2015

A breakout star is someone the rest of the country won’t see coming. The fans who follow the Clemson Tigers may not be surprised if these five guys break out next season, but these players have the potential to garner national attention and shock the rest of the college football world.

You won’t find Deshaun Watson, Wayne Gallman or Artavis Scott on this list. Those guys helped carry the load as freshmen this season, and the rest of the country learned about them.

We are more concerned with the guys who could creep up the depth chart this season, or maybe the senior who was once a promising 4-star looking to make it happen in his final year of eligibility. Here are five guys that could be poised to break out for Clemson in 2015.

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Ohio State Flag Carriers Lose 'O' During National Championship Intros

Well, that's not the best start.

The Ohio State Buckeyes ran onto the field to take on the Oregon Ducks in the College Football Playoff National Championship. As they did so, the Buckeyes flag carriers lost one of their "O"s, with the flags reading "OHI" instead.

Here are some other angles of the flags:

Ohio State fans are hoping that's the only mistake the team makes Monday night.


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College Football Coaches, ESPN Analysts Read Mean Tweets About Themselves

Jimmy Kimmel Live's segment of celebrities reading mean tweets about themselves has become quite popular, and this week, the show decided to run a special segment for the College Football Playoff.

In the video above, ESPN college football analysts and a few coaches read some pretty harsh tweets about themselves. Even Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and Oregon's Mark Helfrich were included.


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