Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney Praises God After Winning National Championship

Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney Praises God After Winning National Championship

Perhaps the two best college football programs of the past few years will meet again in the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday night.

The two teams exchanged blows early with Clemson holding a 14-13 lead after the first quarter, but it was all Tigers after that.

Now Swinney's Tigers seem to have fully caught up to Saban's Tide, proving that Alabama isn't invincible.

Alabama, meanwhile, should be just fine.

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The Tigers head coach was obviously thrilled during his postgame interview, after his football team captured a second championship in three seasons, and a second time as the underdog, TigerNet noted. It was the Tigers who came out on top Monday night - in a major way - 44-16 over the Crimson Tide to pull Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban 2-2 in postseason competition. Most impressively, Clemson did it with a true freshman QB, and a slew of underclassmen skill-position players highlighted by Phenix City, Alabama freshman WR Justyn Ross.

But Tagovailoa and the Crimson Tide didn't need long to avenge the touchdown, scoring on a 62-yard pass, making the score 7-7 less than three minutes into the contest.

Alabama will be back, but Clemson will nearly certainly be there waiting for them.

The 28-point loss was the worst a Nick Saban-coached Alabama team has ever suffered. Clemson was second in total defense, Alabama was 13th.

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