All You Need to Know About the 2016 CFC (Infographic)

Posted by D.Zamzack on January 5, 2016 in

The Clemson Tigers (14-0, #1 Rank) and Alabama Crimson Tide (13-1 #2 Rank) looked like two potential college football betting lines candidates to play the national title game since the College Football Playoff rankings were first revealed back in November. The two teams were in the top ranking positions all season, and scored strong wins in the College Football Playoff semifinals, as the Crimson Tide beat the Michigan State Spartans, 38-0, while the Tigers improved to 14-0 thanks to a solid 37-17 win over the Oklahoma Sooners.

Taking A Close Look at All You Need to Know About the 2016 CFC

  • When is the College Football Championship?
  • Monday, Jan. 11. Kickoff is set for 8:30 p.m. ET.
  • What TV channel is the Game on?¬†
  • The game will be broadcast on ESPN with the pregame show starting at 7:45 p.m (ET).
  • Where is the 2016 College Football Championship Going to Played At?
  • The venue for this game is the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Alabama Crimson Tide

The Crimson Tide is no stranger to this kind of games, and will try to improve its record when they meet Clemson on January 11th. Playing National Championship games isn’t something new for Coach Nick Saban, who has won three BCS championships with Alabama and another one when coaching the LSU Tigers. Saban’s team fell short last season after reaching the first college football playoff as the top seed before suffering a stunning 42-35 loss against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2014 Sugar Bowl.

Clemson Tigers

On the other hand, the Clemson Tigers are the last undefeated team in the NCAAF and could now become the first college football program to ever go 15-0 in a single season. Despite the spotless record accrued during the season and the convincing performance against Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl, Clemson is a seven-point underdog in the college football betting lines heading to this match. Alabama has not been an underdog since the 2009 SEC Championship Game, when they beat the Florida Gators 32-13.

Here is a look at the most relevant information heading into the Jan. 11 College Football Championship game  between the Clemson Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide.


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