Clemson's three advantages over Alabama

Alabama (13-1) is a heavy favorite to beat Clemson (14-0) in the national title game even though the Tigers are undefeated and boast a great offense and defense. The ACC Digital Network wants everyone to know that the Tigers aren't as hapless as you've been led to believe.

Alabama has struggled with mobile quarterbacks this season like Mississippi State's Dak Prescott and Tennessee's Josh Dobbs so an even more dynamic guy like Deshaun Watson could mean serious trouble for Alabama. Watson also has receivers like Artavis Scott and Jordan Leggett to give him good targets to throw to in the game. Wayne Gallman is also one of the most criminally underrated running backs in college so having him next Watson in the backfield is definitely a good thing.

Watson could be the first quarterback in college football history to rush for 1,000 yards and pass for 4,000 while Gallman is very close to 1,500 rushing yards on the year too. We will see who has the true advantage when the two teams meet up on Monday for an 8:30 p.m. kickoff in Glendale, Arizona for all the marbles.