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Alabama Opens as 6.5 Favorite Over Clemson

BetDSI opened the Alabama Crimson Tide as a 6.5-point favorite versus the Clemson Tigers in the CFP National Championship Game. The game's over/under is 61. 
This matchup marks the first time since 2011 that two undefeated teams are playing for the national championship. It is also the first time in FBS history two 14-0 teams will square off. 
List of National Championship Games with Undefeated Teams (since start of the Bowl Coalition in 1992-93)
2011: Auburn (+1) vs. Oregon
2010: Alabama (-3.5) vs. Texas
2006: Texas (+7) vs. USC
2005: USC (-1) vs. Oklahoma
2003: Ohio State (+12) vs. Miami
2000: Florida State (-5.5) vs. Virginia Tech
1996: Nebraska (-3.5) vs. Florida
1993: Alabama (+8) vs. Miami
- Underdogs are 4-4 straight up in undefeated vs. undefeated national championship games.
- The three biggest underdogs in undefeated vs. undefeated national championship games won outright.
- The winner of Clemson/Alabama will become the second team in FBS history to finish a season 15-0, joining the 1897 Penn Quakers.
- The only other time two 14-0 teams played against each other in Division I college football came in 1996 when Marshall beat Montana in the FCS Championship Game.


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