On Saturday, December 31, the semifinals of college football were held in the United States, where the Peach Bowl hosted the game of Georgia Bulldogs y Ohio State Buckeyes and the Fiesta Bowl on TCU Horned Frogs vs. Michigan Wolverines.
Both semifinals were exciting for all American football fans. However, in one there will be a memory that will go down in history, as a former quarterback of the Washington Commanders, Robert Griffine III abandonment TCU vs Michigan game broadcast due to an incredible reaction.
Robert Griffin IIIwho is an analyst for ESPN, but had to leave his position due to a family emergency just as the game was about to start the fourth period.
The former quarterback received a call, as his wife went into labor and RGIII He was congratulated by his teammates on the air, so he ran out of the stadium to try to get there on time. However, his baby is not born yet.
“ Our baby decided that it was not yet time to be born. We are Home and enjoying the other kind of fireworks of 2023. Baby Girl must have known that Mommy and Daddy have never spent a New Years apart. God knew where I had to be,” he wrote. Griffin on their social networks.
TCU advances to final after eliminating Michigan
Los Horned Frogs head to SoFI Stadium in Inglewood, California, about 10 miles from Hollywood, just about the perfect place to end a storybook season for a team that wasn’t a favorite to be in the College Playoff 2022.
Max Duggan he threw two touchdown passes, entered the end zone twice; TCU returned two interceptions for touchdowns and the third-ranked Horned Frogs managed to eliminate the number two in the nation, Michigan in it Fiesta Bowl with a score 51-45 on Saturday night.
TCU will face Georgia in the college football final on Monday, January 10.
When and where to watch the final between TCU and Georgia live
The last day of the year 2022 gave two of the best semifinals of the College Football, where Georgia y TCU will meet at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles for the college football national championship of the NCAA.
The game will take place on Monday, January 9 at 7:30 pm Eastern time in the United States and you can watch it live on ESPN.