- January 11, 2016 at 8:27 pm #25357
10* Alabama -6.5
Reg: Under 50.5January 11, 2016 at 8:29 pm #25358
8 Units – Alabama
6 Units – OVERJanuary 11, 2016 at 8:33 pm #25361
3* Alabama -6.5
2* (Parlay) Alabama (money line) to Under 50.5January 11, 2016 at 8:36 pm #25362
BIG AL MCMORDIE
BIG AL’s 79.1% ATS CLEMSON/BAMA WINNER!
Clemson TigersJanuary 11, 2016 at 8:43 pm #25363
250% Over – alabamaJanuary 11, 2016 at 8:44 pm #25364
Under 51January 11, 2016 at 8:48 pm #25367
1000 Clemson +7
also sprinkle ML +220January 11, 2016 at 9:21 pm #25368
AlabamaJanuary 11, 2016 at 9:22 pm #25369
500 – Under 51.5January 11, 2016 at 9:25 pm #25370
Ok,,,,Enjoy the game!
WOJanuary 12, 2016 at 11:08 am #25409
Alabama beats Clemson, wins national title
January 12, 2016
GLENDALE, Arizona (AP) No. 2 Alabama won its fourth national title in the last seven seasons, outlasting the dynamic play of Deshaun Watson and No. 1 Clemson in a 45-40 victory Monday night in the College Football Playoff championship game.
The Crimson Tide (14-1) became the second team in college football’s poll era, dating back to 1936, to win four titles in seven seasons.
Alabama joins Notre Dame, which won four titles from 1943-49. For Alabama coach Nick Saban, it is his fifth national championship, leaving him only one short of former Tide coach Bear Bryant for the most all-time.
Alabama hit Clemson (15-0) with a barrage of big plays, including four touchdowns of at least 50 yards, and used a surprising onside kick early in the fourth quarter to seize control.
Watson gave the Tide all it could handle, throwing for 405 yards and four touchdowns.January 12, 2016 at 12:51 pm #25420
Clemson cashes on gut-wrenching backdoor cover as Alabama claims title
By ANDREW CALEY
Down 45-33 with 17 seconds on the clock. Clemson has the ball on Alabama’s 24-yard line. DeShaun Watson receives the snap and hits Jordan Leggett down the seem for a touchdown.
Alabama backers everywhere cringe or cry out.
Clemson convert the touchdown and the National Championship ends 12 seconds later 45-40. The Tigers cover the 6, 6.5 or 7-points (depending on what number you got them at), leaving Alabama backers to rip out their hair and rip up their tickets in one of the more brutal backdoor covers in recent memory.
And since it was Alabama seeing the large majority of the spread money, this is a result books could live with.
“Clemson scoring at the end of the game to cover the 7-point spread was big for us, as we had over 70 percent of that markets action on Bama to cover the 7-points,” Michael Stewart of Carbon Sports.
The number was even high at other books.
According to William Hill US, 78 percent of the total spread money was on the Tide heading into the game. While over at Pinnacle Sports, 59 percent of all spread wagers were backing Alabama.
It was the first time in the Nick Saban era that Alabama won the National Championship, but didn’t cover the spread.January 13, 2016 at 10:46 am #25570
CFP championship’s viewership down
January 12, 2016
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) The College Football Playoff championship’s viewership is down nearly a quarter from last year.
Alabama’s 45-40 victory over Clemson on Monday night averaged 25.7 million viewers on ESPN, down 23 percent from the 33.4 million for the inaugural CFP title game in 2015.
The audience was smaller than that for both of last season’s semifinals, along with two of the four BCS title games ESPN aired: Auburn-Oregon in 2011 and Alabama-Notre Dame in 2013.
ESPN said Monday the ”Megacast” of alternate broadcasts totaled 26.2 million viewers including ESPN2 and ESPNU. Online streaming added an average of 585,000 viewers.
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