Clemson Cheerleaders Celebrate National Title Win On Field

Clemson Cheerleaders Celebrate National Title Win On Field

Clemson Cheerleaders Celebrate National Title Win On Field

The Tigers, the No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff, blew out No. 1 Alabama in the national championship game.

Entering the national championship game, Tagovailoa, a Heisman finalist, threw for 3671 yards, 41 touchdowns, and four interceptions this season. 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.

Alabama has been the preeminent dynasty in college football over the last decade.

Ross finished with six catches for 153 yards and his game-changing touchdown.

Clemson needed a big performance to unseat defending champion Alabama. He built Clemson in Alabama's image, and now his team has emerged as the primary challenger for the crimson throne. ESPN, Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports all have the Tigers as their No. 1 team in their early rankings.

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The third championship meeting of the Tigers and Crimson Tide, and fourth straight playoff meeting overall, was also the most lopsided CFP final.

Alabama was going nowhere against Clemson when it mattered most.

It's pretty rare to see a Saban-coached team get manhandled.

The previous worst loss for a Saban-led Alabama team was by 14 points, which happened three times - the 2009 Sugar Bowl loss to Utah (31-17), the 2010 regular-season loss at SC (35-21), and the 2014 Sugar Bowl loss to Oklahoma (45-31).

It's now Alabama, Clemson, and the rest of ya'll.

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