Orange Bowl Football Prediction - Playoff Semifinal
Capital One Orange Bowl Odds - 2015 Playoff Semifinal Game Prediction
Venue: Capital One Orange Bowl
When: Thu., Dec. 31, 2015 - 4 or 8pm ET / ESPN
Where: Orange Bowl - Sun Life Stadium - Miami Gardens, Fl.
Who: Playoff Semifinal Game
Capital One has secured the title sponsorship of the Orange Bowl, beginning with the Capital One Orange Bowl to be played on December 31, 2015 in South Florida.
The Orange Bowl is part of the “New Year’s Six” rotation of semifinal bowl games in the new College Football Playoff system. The CFP begins its new format this season, a four-team playoff after the regular season that will replace the BCS.
This year the playoff semifinals will split contenders between the Capital One Orange Bowl and the Cotton Bowl. The two teams to emerge from the semifinals will advance to the 2016 BCS National Championship game held at University of Phoenix Stadium, in Arizona on Monday, Jan. 11, 2016.
The Capital One Orange Bowl will play host to a College Football Playoff Semifinal again in 2018.
In the other four years of the agreement, the Capital One Orange Bowl will feature the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Champion ( or ACC replacement team should the champion qualify for the College Football Playoff ) against a highly ranked team from the Big Ten, Southeastern Conference (SEC) or Notre Dame.
The Orange Bowl is one of the oldest and most prestigious of the annual college football bowl games played in the United States. Hosted by the city of Miami, Florida, this game has been played annually since 1935, and its world-class stadium, was built on its ability to accommodate world champions and top sports betting events.
Orange Bowl Football Prediction 2015
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Who will win the Capital One Orange Bowl Classic in 2015?
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Orange Bowl History
The college football bowl season has a few longtime star performers. Once the Rose Bowl established itself on the West Coast, it was no surprise that other groups would follow the formula. The first city to take on the challenge of hosting a major bowl game was Miami, in January of 1933, and in 1935, their game became the Orange Bowl.
Originally played in Miami Field Stadium, it moved into its own stadium, also known as the Orange Bowl, in 1938. A upper deck was added to the Orange Bowl Stadium in 1948. The Orange Bowl in 1965 became the first major bowl game to be played at night and it's been a night game ever since.
From 1953 through 1963 and 1975 through 1994, it featured the Big 8 champion against an at-large opponent. During the intervening years, the Big 8 champion or runner-up often played in the Orange Bowl, but did not get an automatic invitation.The Orange Bowl Game was moved to Pro Player Stadium in 1997, which is in Ft. Lauderdale.
Pro Player Stadium displays its versatility every year by hosting a wide variety of events. Along with Miami Dolphins football and Florida Marlins baseball, college football takes the field with the FedEx Orange Bowl. Super Bowl XXXIII was held at Pro Player Stadium January 31, 1999 as were two other Super Bowls. Florida Atlantic University Football also calls Pro Player Stadium their home.
For many years the Orange Bowl hosted the champion of the Big Eight Conference. Since 1998 the Orange Bowl associated with the Big East and Atlantic Coast Conference, and beginning in 2008 has been exclusively tied to the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Beginning in 1998, the Orange Bowl became one of the four college football bowls to make up the Bowl Championship Series. Tthe other three BCS bowl games are the Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Rose Bowl. Every four years, the Orange Bowl hosts the National Championship Game the week after the New Year's bowl games.
Federal Express (FedEx) had been the sponsore the Orange Bowl game since 1989-2010 and is now known as the Discover Orange Bowl. This move did not change the basic structure of the game, which continued to be dominated by appearances by Miami University, Florida State and the University of Florida. Nebraska has been a popular opponent, appearing six times in the 1990s.
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2014 Discover Orange Bowl Champions
The Clemson Tigers (11-2) forced four second-half turnovers, including two interceptions on the Ohio State Buckeyes' final two possessions, to rally from a halftime deficit for a BCS bowl win and a back-to-back 11-win seasons for Clemson (11-2) for the first time in school history and scored a big win for the Atlantic Coast Conference, which improved to 4-12 all-time in BCS bowl games.
Clemson’s last trip to the Orange Bowl resulted in a 70-33 throttling at the hands of West Virginia on Jan. 4, 2012.
2015-16 College Football Bowl Schedule
*All times Eastern
|College Football Playoff Schedule|
|NCAA Football Bowl Playoff Semifinal Games||Location||Date/Time||TV|
|Goodyear Cotton Bowl||Arlington, TX AT&T Stadium||Thu., Dec. 31 4 or 8pm ET||ESPN|
|Capital One Orange Bowl||Miami Gardens, FL Sun Life Stadium||Thu., Dec. 31 4 or 8pm ET||ESPN|
|CFP National Championship - Semifinal Winner vs. Semifinal Winner||Glendale, AZ U. of Phoenix Stadium||Mon., Jan. 11 8:30pm ET||ESPN|
|2015 - 2016 College Football Bowl Schedules|
|Gildan New Mexico Bowl C-USA vs. MWC||University Stadium Albuquerque, NM||Sat., Dec. 19 2:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl MWC or BYU vs. Pac-12||Sam Boyd Stadium Las Vegas, NV||Sat., Dec. 19 3:30pm ET||ABC|
|Raycom Media Camellia Bowl MAC vs. Sun Belt||Cramton Bowl Montgomery, AL||Sat., Dec. 19 5:30pm ET||ESPN|
|AutoNation Cure Bowl American vs. Sun Belt||Citrus Bowl Stadium Orlando, FL||Sat., Dec. 19 7pm ET||CBSSN|
|R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl C-USA vs. Sun Belt||Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, LA||Sat., Dec. 19 9:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Miami Beach Bowl C-USA vs. The American||Marlins Park Miami, FL||Mon., Dec. 21 2:30pm ET||ESPN|
|Famous Idaho Potato Bowl MAC vs. MWC||Bronco Stadium Boise, ID||Tue., Dec. 22 3:30pm ET||ESPN|
|Boca Raton Bowl MAC vs. American||FAU Stadium Boca Raton, FL||Tue., Dec. 22 7:00pm ET||ESPN|
|San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl MWC vs. Army||Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, CA||Wed., Dec. 23 4:30pm ET||ESPN|
|GoDaddy Bowl MAC vs. Sun Belt||Ladd-Peebles Stadium Mobile, AL||Wed., Dec. 23 8:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Popeyes Bahamas Bowl C-USA vs. MAC||Thomas Robinson Stadium Nassau, Bahamas||Thu., Dec. 24 Noon ET||ESPN|
|Hawaii Bowl American vs. MWC or BYU||Aloha Stadium Honolulu, HI||Thu., Dec. 24 8:00pm ET||ESPN|
|St. Petersburg Bowl American vs. C-USA||Tropicana Field St. Petersburg, FL||Sat., Dec. 26 11:00am ET||ESPN|
|Hyundai Sun Bowl ACC/Notre Dame vs. Pac-12||Sun Bowl Stadium El Paso, TX||Sat., Dec. 26 2:00pm ET||CBS|
|Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl Big 12 vs. C-USA||Cotton Bowl Stadium Dallas, TX||Sat., Dec. 26 2:20pm ET||ESPN|
|New Era Pinstripe Bowl ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big Ten||Yankee Stadium Bronx, NY||Sat., Dec. 26 3:30pm ET||ABC|
|Independence Bowl ACC/Notre Dame vs. SEC||Independence Stadium Shreveport, LA||Sat., Dec. 26 5:45pm ET||ESPN|
|Foster Farms Bowl Big Ten vs. Pac-12||Levi's Stadium Santa Clara, CA||Sat., Dec. 26 9:15pm ET||ESPN|
|Military Bowl ACC/Notre Dame vs. Navy||Navy-Marine Corps. Stadium Annapolis, MD||Mon., Dec. 28 2:30pm ET||ESPN|
|Quick Lane Bowl ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big Ten||Ford Field Detroit, MI||Mon., Dec. 28 5:00pm ET||ESPN2|
|Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl Big Ten vs. MWC||Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, TX||Tue., Dec. 29 2:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Russell Athletic Bowl ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big 12||Florida Citrus Bowl Orlando, FL||Tue., Dec. 29 5:30pm ET||ESPN|
|Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl C-USA vs. MWC||Arizona Stadium Tucson, AZ||Tue., Dec. 29 7:30pm ET||TBA|
|AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl Big 12 vs. SEC||NRG Stadium Houston, TX||Tue., Dec 29 9:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Birmingham Bowl SEC vs. American||Legion Field Birmingham, AL||Wed., Dec. 30 Noon ET||ESPN|
|Belk Bowl SEC vs. ACC/Notre Dame||Bank of America Stadium Charlotte, NC||Wed., Dec. 30 3:30pm ET||ESPN|
|Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl SEC vs. ACC/ND or Big Ten||LP Field Nashville, TN||Wed., Dec. 30 7:00pm ET||ESPN|
|National University Holiday Bowl Big Ten vs. Pac-12||Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, CA||Wed., Dec. 30 10:30pm ET||ESPN|
|Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl At-Large vs. At-Large (NY6)||Georgia Dome Atlanta, GA||Thu., Dec. 31 Noon ET||ESPN|
|Goodyear Cotton Bowl Playoff Semifinal Game||AT&T Stadium Arlington, TX||Thu., Dec. 31 4 or 8pm ET||ESPN|
|Capital One Orange Bowl Playoff Semifinal Game||Sun Life Stadium Miami Gardens, FL||Thu., Dec. 31 4 or 8pm ET||ESPN|
|Outback Bowl Big Ten vs. SEC||Raymond James Stadium Tampa, FL||Fri., Jan. 1 Noon ET||ESPN2|
|Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl Big Ten vs. SEC||Orlando Citrus Bowl Stadium Orlando, FL||Fri., Jan. 1 1:00pm ET||ABC|
|Fiesta Bowl At-Large vs. At-Large (NY6)||U. of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, AZ||Fri., Jan. 1 1:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Rose Bowl Game Big Ten vs. Pac-12 (NY6)||Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA||Fri., Jan. 1 5:00pm ET||ESPN|
|Allstate Sugar Bowl Big 12 vs. SEC (NY6)||Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans, LA||Fri., Jan. 1 8:30pm ET||ESPN|
|TaxSlayer Bowl ACC/ND or Big Ten vs. SEC||EverBank Field Jacksonville, FL||Sat., Jan. 2 Noon ET||ESPN|
|AutoZone Liberty Bowl Big 12 vs. SEC||Liberty Bowl Memphis, TN||Sat., Jan. 2 3:20pm ET||ESPN|
|Valero Alamo Bowl Big 12 vs. Pac-12||Alamodome San Antonio, TX||Sat., Jan 2 6:45pm ET||ESPN|
|Cactus Bowl Big 12 vs. Pac-12||Chase Field Phoenix, AZ||Sat., Jan. 2 10:15pm ET||ESPN|
|NCAA Football Playoff National Championship Semifinal Winner vs. Semifinal Winner||U. of Phoenix Stadium Glendale, AZ||Mon., Jan. 11 8:30pm ET||ESPN|
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