College Football Playoff: Alabama's title felt both impossible and undeniable

At the end of a long, grueling, strange, uncomfortable season for college football, we finally got a small piece of normalcy as the final seconds ticked off the clock in the College Football Playoff on Monday: Alabama, hoisting yet another national championship trophy after winning in dominant fashion. Only a few spectators were left to see the celebration. (


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College Football Playoff: Alabama's title felt both impossible and undeniable

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