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The Hurricanes fell behind early and never recovered, as Alabama dismantled Miami in every imaginable fashion.
Alabama 48 Miami 10
The Horned Frogs miracle run continues as they shock the #2 seed Bearcats. TCU jumped out to a 21-0 first quarter lead, but needed a last second field goal to end Cincy’s season.
TCU 34 Cincinnati 31
Ian Book continues to shine in the tournament, putting up another 400 yard game as the Bulldogs were never really in the game.
Notre Dame 38 Georgia 21
BYU’s surprising 2020 season came to an abrupt end as Breece Hall ran wild on the Cougars, notching more than 200 yards as the Cyclones pulled away late.
Iowa State 38 BYU 27
The Tar Heels gave the Tigers their first real test of the tournament, but in the end they just couldn’t stop Trevor Lawrence, who put up 400 yards passing to go with a 100 yard rushing day.
Clemson 48 North Carolina 35
Kyle Trask sent the Sooners packing with another massive performance, and the Gators D shut OU down in the second half to pull away.
Florida 42 Oklahoma 28
Justin Fields owned the Longhorns, who simply couldn’t come close to keeping up.
Ohio State 56 USC 31
The Chanticleers dream season came to an end, and did so in harsh style as the Aggies brought them back to reality.
Texas A&M 45 Coastal Carolina 16