SANTA CLARA, California. – With amazing excitement – and Clemson made Clemson a perfect first-class championship.
Trevor Lawrence passed 347 meters and three touchdowns and the tiger won second place at number 1 in Alabama on Sunday 44-16 at the College Football Playoff championship.
During the fourth day of the Tigers and the Tide, Clemson won the ninth and won the second Bamako triumph in three seasons. Clemson is the first team at the time of the survey of the AP, until 1936, with a 15-0 win and the first playoff began in five seasons during the season.
"We'll enjoy it. We've got a great spot in our facility next to each other," Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said. "We have two twins!"
Nick Saban and Australian coach Tide (14-1) have been in the national championship for the past 10 years, adding an unprecedented workout in the sport. Instead, Clemson stepped in Alabama and Tide passed his first 14-point opponent as he became the Saban coach in 2007.
Swinney's Tigers were sealed as superpowers, not just 1A Alabama.
"We are 15-0, we have passed one of the best teams, no one is moving away from that," Clemson All-America defended leadership Christian Wilkins.
Two years ago, Deshaun Watson Tide was dethroning, with the final touchdown. Clemson's new star was not too late for heroes of the game. Lawrence's long hair cut off Alabama's defense with the help of another primary educator. Justyn Ross caught the juggling, one-man soldier and 74-meter stretch in the third quarter, 37-16 and Swinney dropped.
Ross, with six touchdowns of six-way Notre Dame, has had six catches of 153 meters, against his home team.
Swinney takes a different approach than Saban, which launches a fun-loving program that runs across Alabama's business business. But it was a good result. On Monday night at Levi Stadium, in a championship game over 2,000 miles in the Clemson South Carolina campus, tigers were overwhelmed by a season for the Alabama team. The Tide won the first 14 games with 31 points per game.
Tua Tagovaila from Alabama dropped two important parts in the first half, the first 44-yard back in AJ. Terrelle won Clemsoni by 7-0. The tide reached 48 points for each game, but in the last 44 minutes, Clemson was shut up for a great chance of defense, which was on the knees.
Saban made many mistakes: third-level coatings were switched (Clemson gave 15 and 15 points), in the red zone and rumor-fighting teams.
He blamed himself. The Alabama program has set up a championship or bust under Saban, but it did not have to fail this season.
"A game is not who you are defining," Saban said.
He won the sophomore for the champion's game, last year for Tida, he went to 34 for 295 meters and two for touchdowns.
"Good is not enough," said Tagovailus.
Heisman Champion was the second best champion in the championship game. Lawrence finished 20 in 32 and scored 25 in the last three quarters of 277 meters.
During the teenage years of the birthdays, the teenagers attacked the Tigers and broke the explosive attack, under the leadership of Clelin Ferrell and Wilkins All-American Liners.
"The trip has been wonderful," Lawrence said. "It's really disbelief."
Clemson got Alabama in the first 31 points, capitalizing Tide's mistakes and releasing the arm of Lawrence's rocket.
Tagovailer has released a second interaction in the second quarter, this time in triple coverage, and Trayvon Mull's 46-year return in Clemson Alabama. That led to the third touchdown Travis Etienne, a 5-yard crossing from Lawrence.
Saban had the opportunity to seal one of the best Saban teams in the 12 season, as the Crimson Tide coach played in the middle of the training session. It was a 15-point break due to Tide Saban.
In the third quarter, Alabama entered third place, missing 40 kilometers and Clemson defense defense. Three plays later, Lawrence anticipated and passed Rossi against Savion Smith. It seems that the fall is one leg.
Ross got away and it was amazing.
"We're just a little old Clemson and I do not think so here," said Swinney, a former Alabama automobile and recipient coach Clemson, with Bobby Bowden and Joe Paterno's Hall of Famers national titles. . "But here we are and here I am. Tigers like this."