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Deshaun Watson is on the rise leading Clemson ahead of Alabama for the national title!


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TAMPA –This time, Deshaun Watson will not be denied.

after being the runner up in last year’s college football playoff, the amazing quarterback led the Tigers to an amazing 35 to 31 victory over the Alabama and earned the CFP title On the Monday night at Raymond James stadium, although it needed a comeback on the second-half against a brutal defence but led the way to Watson’s name being in the big game performers list.

Watson helped Hunter Renfrow to get a 2-yard touchdown pass with only 1 second remaining in the whole game leading the Tigers to their first time ever national title in an amazing 35 years!. The spectacular quarterback ended with 36 of 56 for 420 yards and totalling 3 touchdowns. He also ran 46 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries which is quite impressive.

the coneback started when Clemson trailing 17 to 7 When Watson got Renfrow a 24 yard touchdown pass with 7:10 minutes left in the third quarter it kept on going with a 4 yard touchdown pass led to Mike Willams with only 14 minutes left in the whole game and it ended with Watson leading 2 touchdowns drives late in the last quarter of the game against a great defence with the best of NFL in it, but Watson managed to come up with an 88 yard touchdown drive and a 68 yard touchdown  with Clemson’s last 2 possessions. What challenged them was the last minutes 30 yard touchdown by Alabama’s quarter back with only 2 minutes and 7 seconds remaining.

Alltogether Deshaun managed to get his name in the top players list and we can hope for the best for the Giants!.

Peace!

 

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