By Anthony Caruso III
Editor’s Note: This is a simulation and doesn’t mean this will be the outcome of the game. Also, the players in this simulation may not actually play in the game.
In the FedEx BCS National Championship game, the Florida Gators will take on the Oklahoma Sooners from Dolphin Stadium in Miami, Fla. It’ll also match up two good friends in Gators head coach Urban Meyer and Sooners head coach Bob Stoops.
The two teams will face off tonight at 8 pm on ESPN with a winner going home with the crystal football. The other will be looking to next year in hopes of getting back to this game with a better result.
According to this whatifsports.com simulation, the Sooners will get the better of the Gators. The simulation says that the Sooners will win 44-10 to win the National Championship.
The Sooners had the ball for 34 minutes and 12 seconds, while the Gators had the ball for 25 minutes and 48 seconds. Oklahoma also outgained Florida with 595 yards to 262.
Juaquin Iglesis had 71 receiving and Manuel Johnson had 60-yards and a touchdown. Jermaine Gresham had 59-yards and a touchdown, while Ryan Broyles had 54-yards. Murray also had 47-yards and a touchdown.
Gators quarterback Tim Tebow – and 2007 Heisman Trophy winner – went 9-of-19 for 155-yards.
The Sooners scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, as Madu and Smith each had touchdowns. Madu had an eight-yard run, while Smith caught an eight-yard reception from Bradford.
It was 31-3 before Gators back Moody scored on a two-yard run to make it 31-10. Johnson caught a 38-yard touchdown reception from Bradford to make it 17-3 before Bradford scored on a two-yard rushing touchdown to make it 24-3.
The Gators got on the board first when Jonathan Phillips made a 26-yard field goal. Then, Jimmy Stevens made it 3-3 with a 47-yard field goal before Gresham made it 10-3 when he caught a 35-yard touchdown reception from Bradford.
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