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Topic: OT Tourney (Sweet 16) - 2016 vs. 2019

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OT Tourney (Sweet 16) - 2016 vs. 2019
« on: July 18, 2020, 10:40:03 PM »

20162019
ClemsonNATIONAL CHAMPIONLSU
#2 Clemson 35, #1 Alabama 31NATIONAL TITLE GAME#1 LSU 42, #3 Clemson 25
Penn StateBIG TEN CHAMPIONOhio State
#9 USC 52, #5 Penn State 49ROSE BOWL#6 Oregon 28, #8 Wisconsin 26
Lamar JacksonHEISMAN WINNERJoe Burrow

#1 PROGRESSION
2016
  • Preseason: Alabama
  • January 9: #2 Clemson 35, #1 Alabama 31 (#2 Clemson jumped to #1)
2019
  • Preseason: Clemson
  • September 28: #2 Alabama jumped to #1, following #1 Clemson's narrow win over North Carolina
  • October 26: #2 LSU 23, #9 Auburn 20 (#2 LSU jumped to #1)

OTHER NOTES
2016
  • Wisconsin-LSU played the first FBS game in Lambeau Field
  • Cal-Hawaii played the first Oceania game in 30 years
  • Virginia Tech-Tennessee set an attendance record, playing at Bristol Speedway
  • Kalan Ballage tied the NCAA record with 8 TDs in a game
  • the Oklahoma-Texas Tech game set the NCAA record for most yards in a game, and Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes broke the single player yardage record
  • Pitt beat Syracuse 76-61, to set the record for most points in a non-OT game
  • Art Briles fired after external investigation
2019
  • Celebrated the 150th anniversary of college football
  • Mark Dantonio retired


 

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