cleveland cleveland.com 02 Jan, 2021 11:30 am

Clemson bruised Justin Fields’ body, but Ohio State’s QB broke the Tigers’ spirit in the Sugar Bowl

Clemson bruised Justin Fields’ body, but Ohio State’s QB broke the Tigers’ spirit in the Sugar Bowl
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields threw for 385 yards and six touchdowns despite constant pain from a big hit in the first half of a 49-28 victory over Clemson in a College Football Playoff semifinal at the Sugar Bowl.

NEW ORLEANS — Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields said everything that needed to be said about his aching midsection without uttering a word.) The penalty yardage also gave Ohio State a first down.Ohio State’s medical personnel attended to Fields on the sideline.Ohio State head coach Ryan Day, from left, quarterback Justin Fields and linebacker Tuf Borland hold up the trophy after their win against Clemson in the Sugar Bowl NCAA college football game Saturday, Jan.

Ohio State won 49-28.And they’ll remember it for a long time in the history of Ohio State football.

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