Roll, Orange, roll. Sorry, Alabama fans. There will no national championship this year. The Clemson Tigers avenged last year’s title game loss to the Crimson Tide with a thrilling, come-from-behind 35-31 win to be crowned national champions. Of course, quarterback Deshaun Watson, who just declared for the NFL Draft following his team’s historic win against top-ranked Alabama, scurried the Crimson Tide for 463 yards and four touchdowns.
Dennis covers the NFL (Chargers), NBA (Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers), Major League Baseball (Los Angeles Dodgers) and NCAA sports (USC, UCLA, Long Beach State). Dennis has also covered and written on topics such as civil rights, politics and social justice. Dennis is a proud alum of Howard University.
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