Fans know you never celebrate until the final whistle, but Ohio State is making a final push for the finish line in the Sugar Bowl!

It comes as no surprise that Justin Fields is once again the man doing the damage, though what is surprising is Clemson’s inability to respect Fields’ arm and deep-ball ability. After hooking up with Chris Olave on a massive bomb down the middle of the field, the Tigers’ secondary was once again late to react to a deep route by Jameson Williams.

Williams split two Clemson defenders with his speed over the top and Fields’ throw was once again on the money. This time, it went for 45  yards and a score that would seem to ice the game.

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That throw gives Fields an incredible six touchdown passes on 22-for-26 passing and 385 yards.