College Football: George beats Cincinnati in Peach Bowl

Jack Podlesny hit a 53-yard area goal with three seconds staying, and No. 9 Georgia handed No. 8 Cincinnati its only casualty of the season with a stunning 24-21 coup in the Peach Bowl on Friday in Atlanta.

Georgia broad receiver George Pickens commemorates his touchdown snag against Cincinnati during the initial companion of the Peach Bowl on Friday.(Brynn Anderson / Associated Press).

Georgia tracked 21-10 in the fourth quarter, but its safety clasped down on Desmond Ridder and Cincinnati while JT Daniels enabled meeting the Bulldogs with his arm. Daniels completed with 392 yards approving.

Podlesny’s third area goal was his lengthiest of the season and lent Georgia a 22-21 head. Azeez Ojulari axed Ridder for a security on the last play. It was Ojulari’s third bag. Georgia linked a school title with eight bags.

Ridder finalized 24 of 37 passes for 206 yards and two touchdowns. Jerome Ford broadened a career-long 79-lawns touchdown run first in the second half but it wasn’t sufficient for the Bearcats.

Cincinnati (9-1) was encouraged to use the Peach Bowl to increase national admiration. Coach Luke Fickell liked the Bearcats to be encompassed in this season’s playoff and he said it was a chance to be refereed evenly with Power 5 committees in the fortune.

Georgia (8-2) earned despite hurrying for only 45 yards.

Ridder tossed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Alec Pierce in the early quarter and expanded an 11-yard scoring permit to Josh Wyle dead in the first half.

Northwestern beats Citrus Bowl

Peyton Ramsey tossed three touchdown passes and rode for a score, and No. 14 Northwestern’s safety made it stand up in a 35-19 coup over Auburn in the Vrbo Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Fla.

Ramsey  amounted to 291 lawns enacting and 50 yards hurrying for Northwestern (7-2), which earned its fourth straight bowl game.

John Raine, Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Brown, and Riley Lees had touchdown snags for the Wildcats, who backfired from an awful casualty to Ohio State on Dec. 19 in the Big 10 title game.

Bo Nix tossed for 292 lawns  for Auburn (6-5) but was frequently disappoint by Northwestern’s safety, which arrived in allowing 15.5 points her game, rated fifth in the nation.

 Auburn was overseen by provisional coach Kevin Steele attending the Dec. 13 firing of Gus Malzahn and was losing various key players.

The Tigers purchased within 14-13 when Nix slam Elijah Canion for a 57-lawn touchdown midway through the third quarter. But Ramsey reacted with a 30-yard touchdown run dead in the third district.


Linebacker Paddy Fisher, the nation’s effective leader in harnesses arriving into the game, drilled Nix for no gain on fourth-and-1 on the second play of the fourth quarter.

Cam Porter had seven holds up on the ensuing drive, encompassing a 1-yard fall into the end zone that put Northwestern comfortably ahead 28-13. The Wildcats offense completed with 457 yards and 25 first piles.

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