Eagle lands on Notre Dame fan at of Cotton Bowl Classic

QBs Trevor Lawrence of Clemson and Ian Book of Notre Dame

While the Tide are favored by nearly a touchdown, Jim Stuckey believes the Tigers can win. "We have Travis Etienne, who has had a phenomenal year".

Lawrence was asked about the big stage that the Tigers would be playing at regarding the National Championship.

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For the season, Lawrence has completed 239 out of 365 passes for 2933 yards and 27 touchdowns.

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American college football fans at the Cotton Bowl game between Clemson and Notre Dame got more than they bargained for when a bald eagle swooped into the crowd and landed on spectators. Alabama is 55-3. Stuckey isn't surprised these two powers are meeting again for all the marbles. Both he and sophomore running back Travis Etienne (1,572 rushing yards on 8.3 yards per carry this season) will enter next season among the favorites to win the 2019 Heisman Trophy. "That's Alabama, Clemson, and I felt Georgia was also, that had the athletes and the depth that could compete for the national championship".

Now the model has dialed in on Alabama vs.Clemson 10,000 times.

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