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2013 Orange Bowl

2013 Discover Orange Bowl
BCS Bowl Game
79th Orange Bowl
1 2 3 4 Total
Northern Illinois 3 0 7 0 10
Florida State 7 7 3 14 31
Date January 1, 2013
Season 2012
Stadium Sun Life Stadium
Location Miami Gardens, Florida
MVP Lonnie Pryor (FB - Florida State)
Favorite Florida St. by 13½[1]
National anthem Ayla Brown
Referee Matt Moore (SEC)
Halftime show Jake Owen
Attendance 72,073[2]
Payout US$17,000,000 per team
United States TV coverage
Network ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Announcers: ESPN:
ESPN Deportes:
Nielsen ratings 6.5 (10 Million viewers)[3]
Orange Bowl
 < 2012  2014

The 2013

  • Official website

External links

  1. ^ Bowl Schedule, Los Angeles Times, December 17, 2012
  2. ^ "2013 Orange Bowl: Florida State Seminoles vs. Northern Illinois Huskies". Stat Broadcast. Retrieved January 1, 2013. 
  3. ^ Michael Humes, Combined Overnight Ratings for Rose Bowl and Orange Bowl BCS Games Rises over 2012, ESPN, January 2, 2013
  4. ^ "Discover Orange Bowl Game Information". OrangeBowl.org. Orange Bowl Committee. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 
  5. ^ "Mission Statement". OrangeBowl.org. Orange Bowl Committee. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 
  6. ^ a b "Scoring Summary (Final)". OrangeBowl.org. Orange Bowl Committee. 1 January 2013. p. 1. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 
  7. ^ Chi, Samuel. "Northern Illinois is in the BCS: Deal with it". SBNation.com. Vox Media. Retrieved 2 February 2013. 
  8. ^ "Team Statistics (Final)". OrangeBowl.org. Orange Bowl Committee. 1 January 2013. p. 2. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 

References

Statistics NIU FSU
First Downs 17 23
Total offense, plays – yards 73–259 75–534
Rushes-yards (net) 32–83 37–243
Passing yards (net) 176 291
Passes, Comp-Att-Int 15–41–1 26–38–0
Time of Possession 25:52 34:08

Statistics[8]

Scoring summary
Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score
Plays Yards TOP NIU FSU
1 5:28 4 95 1:11 FSU Lonnie Pryor 60-yard touchdown run, Dustin Hopkins kick good 0 7
1 1:41 10 67 3:47 NIU 25-yard field goal by Mathew Sims 3 7
2 :11 10 82 3:46 FSU Rashad Greene 6-yard touchdown reception from EJ Manuel, Dustin Hopkins kick good 3 14
3 11:48 9 68 3:12 FSU 25-yard field goal by Dustin Hopkins 3 17
3 9:55 6 87 1:53 NIU Martel Moore 11-yard touchdown reception from Jordan Lynch, Mathew Sims kick good 10 17
4 14:56 8 61 3:17 FSU EJ Manuel 9-yard touchdown run, Dustin Hopkins kick good 10 24
4 10:33 2 42 :42 FSU Lonnie Pryor 37-yard touchdown run, Dustin Hopkins kick good 10 31
"TOP" = time of possession. For other American football terms, see Glossary of American football. 10 31

Scoring summary[6]

Florida State

Northern Illinois

Teams

Contents

  • Teams 1
    • Northern Illinois 1.1
    • Florida State 1.2
  • Scoring summary 2
    • Statistics 2.1
  • References 3
  • External links 4

The Florida State Seminoles clinched a berth in the 2013 Orange Bowl by winning the 2012 ACC Championship. The Northern Illinois Huskies became the first MAC team to earn a BCS berth by being the 15th ranked team in the nation. A school from a non-BCS automatic qualifying conference earns a bid if in the top sixteen and ranked ahead of a champion from an automatic qualifying conference. The Huskies, winners of the 2012 MAC Championship Game, became the first team from the MAC to make a BCS bowl.[7]

[6]. Florida State won the game by a score of 31–10.2013 Rose Bowl and was the second of the series to be played, following the Bowl Championship Series 2012–2013. The game was part of the Northern Illinois champions MAC versus at-large selection and Florida State champions ACC The Orange Bowl featured [5]

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