That's because tickets for the 2018-19 College Football Playoff National Championship
Alabama-Clemson prices are cheap, full stadium not certain. Apparently that's what happens when you play in the CFB hub that is the Bay Area. https://t.co/EXymJaRQu2— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) January 1, 2019
Perhaps, even Alabama and Clemson fans are beginning to tire from a fourth College Football Playoff and third CFP National Championship rematch between their two teams in the last four seasons.
Last year it cost $1,700 to get into national title game. It could be less than $200 for Alabama-Clemson IV. https://t.co/yNeu8FTp3t— Michael Casagrande (@ByCasagrande) January 2, 2019
Alabama has already opened as 6-point favorites via FanDuel Sportsbook, but hosting this fourth rematch in California and across the entire country from both schools can't be helping either.
#CollegeFootballPlayoff Title Game Fun Facts— The Duel (@TheDuelSports) January 2, 2019
▪️Neither Trevor Lawrence nor Tua Tagovailoa have lost a game they've played in during their collegiate careers
▪️Dabo Swinney is the only head coach to beat Nick Saban in a national title game
▪️Bama leads the all-time series 14-4
The way Alabama has handled the Tigers in the CFP, with the exclusion of Deshaun Watson's last-second touchdown and miracle comeback to steal the 2016-17 national title away from Alabama, it seems Clemson could use all of the home-field advantages they can get. But it doesn't seem that's going to happen.
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