Clemson, Alabama ‘mirror images of each other’ entering title game, Dabo says

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Clemson and Alabama kick off on Monday night at 8:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Saban told the media on a teleconference Monday that he's impressed with what Clemson has been able to accomplish.

Both teams will enter 14-0.

Georgia fans will gripe that their team would have given Alabama or Clemson a better game, but that's no more a.

Both teams have explosive offenses and stout defenses, so it will be tempting to either take the over or the under in this game. "If you're Georgia or you're Ohio State, you can say (you're) one of the top four teams in the country right now, but that's not what this is about". This is certainly a complete team.

Notre Dame actually ran the ball relatively effectively early in the game, and six of its first ten runs were considered efficient plays, which is a very high number. "I'm looking forward to finishing well and moving on". "This is the way it should be", Swinney said. After he was asked to explain why, Swarbrick responded, "No, I don't think it will".

"And in Oklahoma/Alabama, nothing really surprised me", Sallee continued. "They've done just as good a job as anybody in the country when it comes to what they've been able to accomplish over the last decade in terms of consistency and performance each and every year". They do a great job of developing players. And whether or not they were aware Renfrow is still on the team, his seemingly longtime presence on the Tigers' roster led to lots of jokes. "I've been here a long time and it feels like it". "You're always looking at the next game and not looking too far ahead and all that, but it's no surprise to me that they're in the championship game, as well".