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By Solomon Crenshaw Jr.
If anyone doubted that DeVonta Smith is the best player in the land, if anyone doubted that Nick Saban is the best coach and if anyone doubted that Alabama is the best team in a pandemic-challenged season, they don’t doubt any more.
Alabama erased all questions as the Crimson Tide downed Ohio State 52-24 Monday night in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Smith was spectacular in adding the Offensive MVP of the title game to the treasure trove of awards he already netted. The “Slim Reaper,” as some have called him, turned in a virtuoso performance with championship game records for the most receptions (12) and receiving touchdowns (3) while accounting for 215 of the Crimson Tide’s 464 receiving yards. Smith did all of his damage in the first half as he dislocated a finger on his right hand very early in the second half.
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