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Tonight’s dining experience for one team

Blake Corum, a running back for Michigan, emphasized his team’s hunger for victory by using vivid food imagery.

“Our appetite is unquenchable. We are famished and determined,” he expressed to journalists.

Corum also stressed that the Wolverines will not be complacent after their thrilling OT triumph against Alabama.

“The victory last week was exhilarating and memorable, but we must remain focused on the task at hand,” he remarked.

Northern showdown in Houston for the championship

Tonight’s championship contest, featuring teams hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Seattle, marks a departure from the traditionally Southern-dominated event that it has been for many years.

Following the inaugural CFP title game in 2015, which saw Ohio State triumph over Oregon, the subsequent five championship clashes were exclusively contested by Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, and LSU.

Alabama emerged victorious over Ohio State in 2021, followed by Georgia defeating TCU and the Crimson Tide in 2022 and 2023 respectively, before tonight’s compelling Michigan-Washington face-off.

Battle of the superior factions: Washington’s attack versus Michigan’s protection

Michigan enters tonight’s match with the most formidable defense in the nation and will confront an equally dominant force on the offensive front.

The Wolverines have only conceded an average of 243.1 yards per game, a stat that reigns supreme in the FBS. Michigan’s robust defensive line played a pivotal role in the team’s victory over Alabama in the Rose Bowl.

Guided by Heisman Trophy contender Michael Penix Jr., Washington arrives in Houston with the 10th best offense in the nation, averaging 473.6 yards per game.

A debut appearance in the final for both teams

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