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Biggest Blowouts in College Football Playoff History List

Biggest Blowouts in College Football Playoff History List

Biggest Blowouts in College Football Playoff History

The College Football Playoff title game saw Georgia defeat TCU 65-7, giving the team its first unblemished campaign since 1980 and cementing its status as back-to-back national champions in history.


The Bulldogs' advantage in speed and depth was evident from the game's opening plays as they became the first team in playoff history to score 17 points in the first quarter and led 38-7 at the half.


Georgia's dominant performance against TCU led to a 65-7 victory, making the Bulldogs the first team since the College Football Playoff's 2014 debut to win the title twice.


Here are the nine-year CFP's most lopsided results, with Monday's National Championship now topping them all.

#1. 2023 National Championship: Georgia 65, TCU 7

A masterful Georgia effort on both sides of the ball 2023 NCAA Football National Championship quickly put an end to one of the greatest storylines in college football in recent memory.


#2. 2015 Cotton Bowl: Alabama 38, Michigan State 0

Due to last-second victories over Michigan, Ohio State, and Iowa, Michigan State barely made it into the 2015 CFP. But, running back Derrick Henry and Alabama proved to be a buzzsaw.


#3. 2015 Rose Bowl: Oregon 59, Florida State 20

In the first-ever CFP game, quarterback Marcus Mariota and Oregon transformed an 18-13 halftime score into a laugher with a 27-point third quarter.


#4. 2019 Peach Bowl: LSU 63, Oklahoma 28

Joe Burrow, the LSU quarterback, had one of the best halves in the annals of college football, tossing seven touchdowns to put the Tigers ahead 49-14 at the break.


#5. 2016 Fiesta Bowl: Clemson 31, Ohio State 0

Clemson demolished the Buckeyes on the road to winning its first national championship in 35 years, setting up a rematch with the Crimson Tide in the championship game.


#6. 2021 National Championship: Alabama 52, Ohio State 24

After a see-saw first half, the craziest season in college football came to a conclusion with a convincing Crimson Tide victory.


#7. 2019 National Championship: Alabama 44, Clemson 16

The Tigers defeated Alabama in Santa Clara, California, in the third championship game between the two teams (and most current to date), taking home their second title in three years.


#8. 2018 Cotton Bowl: Clemson 30, Notre Dame 3

A Clemson squad that went on to win the national championship promptly sank Notre Dame's inaugural College Football Playoff journey.


#9. 2021 Orange Bowl: Georgia 34, Michigan 11

The Wolverines, who had a breakthrough conference season, met a sad end at the hands of an SEC juggernaut, just like their in-state rivals six years earlier.


#10. 2015 National Championship: Ohio State 42, Oregon 20

Despite Oregon scoring on its first drive to continue where they left off in the Rose Bowl, Ohio State destroyed Oregon to earn the most unlikely of its eight national championships.

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