FIESTA BOWL FRENZY: Ohio State to take on Clemson at College Football Playoff

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With the national championship game on January 13, the 15-day break after the semifinals is the longest scheduled for any College Football Playoff

PHOENIX, A.Z. (WSPA) – The time has come! The College Football Playoff semifinal is here.

Clemson and Ohio State University play at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 28 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The game is on ESPN.

This is the earliest they have been played in the six-year-old system and only three weeks after conference title games.

With the national championship game on January 13, the 15-day break after the semifinals is the longest scheduled for any College Football Playoff, which has dates set through the 2025 season.

At the Fiesta Bowl Media Day, Clemson Football Coach Dabo Swinney said the Tigers, who’ve won two of the last three CFP National Championships, are “looking forward to Saturday night–it’s going to be a heck of a ball game, two great teams that I think really are kind of mirror images of each other in a lot of ways. I think it’ll probably come down to a few plays.”

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