Clemson-Ohio State is your 2014 Orange Bowl matchup.
The No. 1 Florida State Seminoles opened the at-large spot up Saturday night with a 45-7 drubbing of Duke, and a Michigan State upset of the Buckeyes sent them to south Florida.
A 24-game winning streak was snapped for Ohio State, which featured three top-25 victories in the latest polls (the Tigers have two in that span, LSU and Georgia).
Clemson takes a bid for a school-first back-to-back 11-win seasons to the Orange Bowl, as one of only seven teams in the nation with three consecutive 10-win years currently.
Tigers-Buckeyes features one of only two bowl matchups of top-25 passers in Clemson senior Tajh Boyd and Ohio State junior Braxton Miller. Boyd is seventh nationally in QB rating (167.96) and Miller 14th (157.94).
Both schools are in the top-30 in scoring and total offense and defense, but Clemson is one of only four in the top-25 in each category.
The Big Ten runner-ups best the Atlantic's No. 2 in points per game (46.3 to 40.2) and yards gained (518.5 to 502.9), but the Tigers have the edge in points (21.1 to 21.3) and yards allowed (350.4 to 362.2).
The game is set for 8 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 3, on ESPN.