National Championship 2020, LSU vs. Clemson

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LSU vs. Clemson will begin at 8:00 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit will call their sixth CFP National Championship, while Tom Rinaldi (LSU) and Maria Taylor (Clemson) will provide news and insight from the sidelines.

I don't know what the crowd in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome will look like on Monday night, but there's no doubt that the streets of New Orleans are overfilled with LSU fans.

If you ask basically any analyst around the country, they'll tell you that this is going to be a shootout.

One of his finishers in the squared circle was the Rock Bottom, and he uses that phrase within the first 15 seconds of the LSU hype video.

I remember every down, that's why I believe.

Throughout this entire season, Joe Burrow has not made many mistakes. Perhaps he throws an interception, maybe he misses a target that he normally wouldn't. LSU is favored to win, but Dabo Swinney's team has a history of thriving as an underdog. He has openly talked about how he felt they didn't treat him right in the recruiting process.

The closer I get to the finish line, the more I think about where I started.

And really, who could blame you.

The team that makes the least mistakes will win this game. Will it be LSU?

LSU should enjoy something of a home-field advantage, given that the game will be played in New Orleans.

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