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  • The Rose Bowl features the SEC champion No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs against the Big 12 champion No. 2 Oklahoma Sooners, and the higher seeds in the College Football Playoff actually enter their respective games as slight underdogs.MORE: Theres no shortage of analysis that can be found on the upcoming games, but whats always interesting are the video game simulations, which have proven to be adept at predicting results and identifying mismatches.Sadly the last college football video game was released in 2013. Despite that, "NCAA Football 14" still holds up well, especially with the ability to continue creating and sharing rosters. To get an idea of what could happen on New Years Day we turned to "NCAA 14" to simulate <a href="">Luis Urias Jersey</a> the games while utilizingup-to-date ratings, rosters, and depth charts. The game began with a series of three-and-outs as the offenses showed some early nerves. The defensive line for Georgia, in what will be a major storyline throughout, started with a lot of pre sure and a critical sack of Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield. On a subsequent series, after getting a couple first downs, a drive was halted at midfield by another Georgia sack.The Bulldogs were able to complete a third and long to continue a drive late in the first quarter. A nice run from Nick Chubb got the team into the red zone and freshman QB Jake Fromm dropped it off toTE Isaac Nauta, who gotinto the end zone for a 9-yard touchdown. The quarter came to an end <a href="">Luis Torrens Jersey</a> with that 7-0 score.The drama picked up in the second quarter. After getting the ball back following another stop, receiver Mecole Hardman caught a pa s for 56 yards that would set up a field goal to make it 10-0 Georgia.Oklahoma fired back. On the very first play of their drive, Mayfield found Marquise Brown deep for a 77-yard touchdown.The Sooners gotthe ball back midway through the second quarter and drove down the field, but Bulldogs corner Malkom Parrish jumped a quick pa s to the outside receiver and returned it for a touchdown to make the <a href="">Pedro Avila Jersey</a> score 17-7 Georgia.Oklahoma appeared to be in trouble at this point. Mayfield quickly marched the team back down the field, however, and completed apa s while taking a big hit that got the ball down to within inches of the goal line. From there, running backRodney Anderson ran it in to bring Oklahomawithin a field goal.On the subsequent po se sion, the Sooners stole the ball back when Sooners corner TreBrown picked off an ill-advised pa s to the sideline from Fromm.After a defensive pa s interference, Mayfield foundreceiver Jeff Badet for the touchdown acro s the middle of the field. Just like that, Oklahoma led 21-17 at halftime. Theteams traded field goals in the third quarter and wentinto the fourth with Oklahoma up 24-20.Georgia made it into the red zone but a sack backed them into a third-and-goal from the 17. Fromm had pinpoint accuracy on the pa s in the end zone toHardman, who just barely got a foot downfor the go-ahead score.With just four minutes remaining, Mayfield threw deep down the middle and was picked off by safety Dominick Sanders. Georgia quickly moved down the field and all the way to the 1-yard line where Chubb carried the ball in for the 34-24 lead.Another sack <a href="">Ha-Seong Kim Jersey</a> on Mayfield pushed Oklahoma back and they turned it over on downs. Georgia moves on to play for the National Championship.Final Score: Georgia 34, Oklahoma 24 Oklahoma Top Performers Baker Mayfield 31-40, 331 yards, 2 TD, 3 INTMarquise Brown 4 rec, 112 yards, TDJeff Badet 6 rec, 75 yards, TDCeedee Lamb 9 rec, 54 yardsTre Brown INTKenneth Murray 8 tackles, 2 tackles for lo sGeorgia Top Performers Jake Fromm 26-36, 348 yards, 2 TD, INTNick Chubb 22 carries, 86 yards <a href="">Ian Kinsler Jersey</a> , TDMecole Hardman 6 rec, 119 yards,TDJonathan Ledbetter 3 sacksMalkom Parrish 2 INT, TDKeys to the game: Georgia reached the red zone six times compared to Oklahoma who only did once. Georgia's defensive line hara sed Mayfield recording eightsacks and several morepre sures. Georgia had a balanced offense while Oklahoma only had three rushing attempts from a running back.Bryan Wiedey posts sports gaming news and analysis daily at, is co-founder of the sports gaming site HitThePa, hosts the "Pre s Row Podcast" and can be reached on.

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