Clemson’s Deshaun Watson was 36 of 56 passing for three touchdowns and no interceptions, leading the Tigers to 21 points in the fourth quarter against Alabama’s vaunted defense in the national championship game this past Monday.
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson was 36 of 56 passing for three touchdowns and no interceptions, leading the Tigers to 21 points in the fourth quarter against Alabama’s vaunted defense in the national championship game this past Monday. David J. Phillip The Associated Press
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson was 36 of 56 passing for three touchdowns and no interceptions, leading the Tigers to 21 points in the fourth quarter against Alabama’s vaunted defense in the national championship game this past Monday. David J. Phillip The Associated Press

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