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Some people believe that the Alabama dynasty could come to an end with a loss to Clemson, but former Heisman winner and current SEC Network analyst Tim Tebow believes that talk is premature. He saw the dynasty start in 2009 when his Gators were beaten by Alabama in the SEC Championship Game and he knows better than to think it’s over as he told SEC Country.

“I just think that sometimes people gotta back up a little bit and look at the facts and what’s real. What’s real is that this Alabama team is 11-1 and dominated almost every single team that they played. And by the way, they’re also favored to win the National Championship Game this year, according to FPI (ESPN’s Football Power Index). I don’t see it slipping quite yet.”

Of course, Alabama still has to beat Clemson on New Year’s Day to continue their dynasty talk, but even if they fall short the team is going to be fine in the coming seasons. It’s not like Nick Saban has just forgotten how to recruit either as he is still pulling in top notch classes and five-star studs so the potential for more championships is certainly still there.

Tim Tebow points to the “facts and what’s real” when discussing end of Alabama’s dynasty @SportsCenter/Twitter
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