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Tide stifles Clemson, heads to title game against Georgia

NEW ORLEANS - There weren't a whole lot of fireworks at the Sugar Bowl on Monday night. Not many long runs or deep passes.

If Alabama meant to return to the College Football Playoff championship game for a third consecutive season, the Crimson Tide needed to get there the hard way, with grit and

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