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1981 Orange Bowl

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1981 Orange Bowl
1234 Total
Oklahoma 0378 18
Florida State 0737 17
Date January 1, 1981
Season 1980
Stadium Miami Orange Bowl
Location Miami, Florida
MVP QB J. C. Watts Oklahoma
DE Jarvis Coursey (Florida State)
Referee Gene Calhoun (Big Ten)
Attendance 71,043
United States TV coverage
Network NBC
Announcers Don Criqui and John Brodie
 Orange Bowl 
 <  1980   1982

The 1981 Orange Bowl was a postseason college football bowl game between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Florida State Seminoles.

Background

Oklahoma was champion of the Big Eight Conference for the eighth consecutive year, and this was their fifth Orange Bowl appearance in six seasons. Florida State was in the Orange Bowl for the second straight year.

Game summary

Ricky Williams scored first for the Seminoles on a touchdown run in the second half, and Oklahoma countered with a field goal by Mike Keeling before halftime. David Overstreet capitalized on a 78-yard kickoff return with his four-yard run to give the Sooners a 10–7 lead. A field goal by Bill Capece tied the game as the third quarter ended. Bobby Butler recovered a botched punt and recovered in the end zone to give the Seminoles a 17–10 lead. With 3:19 remaining, Oklahoma's fate laid in the hands of J. C. Watts, who had turned the ball over three times previously. He led the team on a 78-yard drive, culminating with a touchdown pass to Steve Rhodes with 1:33 remaining. Oklahoma decided to risk it all, and Watts threw a pass to Forrest Valora in the end zone for the two point conversion to give them the lead. Florida State tried to counter back, but Capece's 62 yard field goal fell short, and the Sooners were victorious.[1]

Aftermath

Florida State did not return to the Orange Bowl until 1993. Oklahoma returned in 1985.

Statistics

Statistics Oklahoma Florida State
First Downs 18 23
Yards Rushing 156 212
Yards Passing 128 51
Total Yards 284 263
Punts-Average 2-37.0 4-42.5
Fumbles-Lost 7-5 1-0
Interceptions 0 0
Penalties-Yards 4-32 5-58

References

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