By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Clemson Tigers have won two of the last three College Football Playoff National Championships. On Monday night, the Tigers beat down the Alabama Crimson Tide at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
The Tigers tied the Tide with 55 wins in a 59-game period in the modern era since the 2015 season. With the dismantling of the Tide, the Tigers now have the villain moniker that the Tide has had this decade.
Not every college football fan likes to see the same team over and over again. They would like to see their team have a chance to win the College Football Playoff National Championship.
The Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence has two more years left in college football, at least, before he can even consider playing at the next level. Wide Receiver Justyn Ross, who got away from the Tide, also has two more years left at least.
Ross elected to sign with the Tigers instead of the Tide, because he felt like it was a family atmosphere. He ended up burning their defense on several key players in the game.
Those are just two of several players, who are returning next season and beyond. The Tigers will also have star back Travis Etienne back, as well, at least for the 2019 season.
In addition, they also have studs on the defensive side of the ball.
The Tide did not have the spunk that made them the mighty Giants of the College Football landscape following the Tua Tagovailoa early interception. After that play, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban, who had won six National Championships, looked panicked afterwards.
The Tigers look the life out of the Tide after the play. Sure, Alabama scored following the play, but Clemson had the best athletes in this game. Their plays showed it.
Head coach Dabo Swinney is the new Saban. His Tigers are the new Crimson Tide. And the College Football World all over the country has to deal with it.
The Tigers time is now. They are the latest villain in the sport until a new Giant comes along down the road and takes the moniker from them.
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