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Tua Tagovailoa opened the National Championship Game with a ghastly pick-six that got Clemson on the board early, but he quickly made up for it.

On the next drive, following some successful running plays, Tagovailoa threw a perfect bomb down the middle of the field for a 62-yard touchdown to Jerry Jeudy.



This touchdown tied the game up at 7-7 and once more proved just how deadly this young quarterback can be when he’s given time in the pocket.


Jesse Reed
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