Clemson is the first team in the National Title Game, with an easy 37-17 win over Oklahoma. The Tigers gained 315 yards on the ground, but took the game on plays like this converted fake punt:
Remember the last time Andy Teasdale tried that (Spoiler Alert: It didn't go well):
This time, it was a 31-yard reception for a first down. And watch this cool one-handed interception that ended an Oklahoma scoring threat:
But the real key to this game was Clemson coach Sweeney's personal relationship with God:
No disrespect to anyone's faith, and I'm not trying to give credibility to an oppressed majority. I respect anyone whose belief is strong enough that they can rely on it when others would not. But here's the thing: God does not care about this or any other sporting event. The Big Cheese has all sorts of of things on his/her mind: floods, famine, disease, the Star Wars franchise. But not the Orange Bowl.