Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney Praises God After Winning National Championship

Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney Praises God After Winning National Championship

Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney Praises God After Winning National Championship

Tigers freshman quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, won offensive MVP, finishing with 20-32, 347 yards, three touchdowns.

The national championship was Clemson's second in three years, proving that Dabo's Tigers have the staying power beyond generational QB Deshaun Watson.

The oddsmakers predicted a close game between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers - the two best teams in college football at the moment - when they faced off Monday night for the College Football Playoff National Championships. Etienne scored a school-record 26 touchdowns and rushed for 1,658 yards as a sophomore while the 6-foot-4, 205-pound Ross had six catches for 153 yards with one touchdown versus the Tide to finish with 1,000 yards as a freshman.

The Tigers became the first major college football team to go 15-0 for the season since 1897.

There is plenty yet to be written as we head into 2019, but first, some team (s) are going to need to figure out a way to beat Alabama and Clemson.

The same can not be said for Alabama in the SEC, with the Georgia Bulldogs the third choice to win it all at +550 followed by the Auburn Tigers (+2500), LSU Tigers (+3000) and Florida Gators (+4000).

The former Crimson Tide QB is no stranger to success on the field.

Coaches and fans have long awaited the fall of the Saban dynasty in Tuscaloosa, and many were happy to see Clemson's rout of Alabama.

"What a great win over Clemson for the Crimson Tide".

Good news is that Swinney is the new king of college football, with four straight playoff appearances and two national championships, which will by extension boost the ACC's football reputation.

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