Listen: Clemson, Alabama And Josh Jacobs discussed on Glenn Beck
"Fitzsimmons on the sideline still ten thirty five to go. First quarter. It's already Clemson fourteen Alabama seven quickly Donna Holly with Clemson the early part of this game. It's been a roller coaster, but Clemson sideline is very subdued and business like even after big plays like AJ Terrell's interception or the touchdown run by ATM breeze celebration some excitement and then quickly back to work. They know this is early in this game. And they wanna have focused on details. Not not excited celebration. And these are too high scoring teams Clemson scored twenty seven points it every game or more Alabama at least twenty four and every game. Clemson averaging forty four points per game. Alabama forty seven point seven for most expected a high scoring affair clumps at a kickoff again BT Potter kicking off from our right to our left ball teed up at the thirty five yard line close to the near hash. Mark his left. He runs at it. Right. And another good one for a little guy. He can blasted. He's one hundred seventy five Pounder and Josh Jacobs caught at seven yards deep and took a knee. So here comes Alabama. Long touchdown pass on the last possession for the crimson tide. Well, they started that last possession with a couple of good runs by Damian. Harris that loosened up this Clemson defense a little bit. This Clemson defense led by this front four one of the best in the nation. You named it. Number one in scoring defense. One of the best in the rushing defense as well. Ball on the right hash Mark, the near hash. Mark. Josh Jacobs is the running back now shifts right behind tongue Ovalles lower in the pistol takes a hand off running left. They had launched their receivers left. The follows them as blockers for about a seven yard game to the thirty two yard line. Tackled by James scalps guy who sat out most of the year because they wanted him to redshirt. But because now he won't play more than four games. He can redshirt. So he's out there tonight. Second down in three. Remember Brent Venables saying he has concreteness helmet loves to hit. Figuring out of ten minutes to go in the opening quarter Jacobs remains the running back on the left of Tunga about Lawler. They faked it to him. It's a quick pass to tackle honors met. The tight Advocaat it on the far numbers and got dropped by a safety cave. On Wallace swore old loss on the play. Maybe the line of spinach, but a nice tackle. Because Wallace was the only man there for Clemson really good open field tackle by cave on Wallace. Fares. Third down on a long three the ball on the left hash Mark just shy of the thirty two. They need the thirty five nine and a half to go first quarter leading fourteen to seven very savers wide to the right one the short side left. The running back is Jacob's pillow up the tunnel by woah out of the gun. Clemson six minimum Rama line of scrimmage tongue. It's quick slept. For a first down coming from the far side of the middle of the field. Devante smith. He's out at the forty seven of Alabama ten yard gain. And a first down John. I think it's easy to see with both of these quarterbacks. You are running a risk when you bring pressure and leave yourself single covering the receivers are too good. And the quarterbacks are to accurate if you don't get to him and get him on the ground the fifteen yard gain. Six catches a career high for devante Smith and the orange ball out of the shotgun tongue that lower on first. Then tatty throws a quick slant. And another catch by Smith and a good tackle by cave on Wallace from behind or there was a lot more there for Smith. He got to the forty two months at enough for a first down when you get these wide receivers lined up in the slot. And you have a safety and coverage. That's too is going to go with the football eleven yard gain. Everybody on the Alabama offense very close to the football tunnel by lowering the gun and now with this. Interesting formation timeout called by the Clemson Tigers on the near sideline. Dabo Sweeney, Alabama graduate."