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The dream season for LSU and quarterback Joe Burrow will end about 80 miles from campus in New Orleans, which will provide the ultimate home-field advantage. Clemson will try to spoil the party, win back-to-back national titles and further cement its claim as the nation’s most dominant program.
After a longer-than-normal regular season and an earlier-than-normal set of semifinals, the College Football Playoff National Championship is set: Tigahs vs. Tigers, Coach O vs. Dabo, Burrow vs. Trevor Lawrence, Death Valley vs. Death Valley.
LSU aims for its first national title since the 2007 season, when it beat Ohio State in New Orleans.
Clemson returns to the site of its last loss — to Alabama in the 2017 CFP semifinal at the Sugar Bowl — and aims for its 30th consecutive win and a third championship in four seasons.
LSU: Justin Jefferson. Overshadowed by teammate Ja’Marr Chase, the Biletnikoff Award winner, Jefferson starred in the semifinal against Oklahoma, setting a CFP record with four touchdown catches — all in the first half. Jefferson finished the game with 14 catches for 227 yards and the four scores, setting Peach Bowl records in all three categories. He and Chase are tied with 18 touchdown receptions this season — an LSU record and tied for the SEC single-season mark.
Clemson: Travis Etienne. Clemson didn’t have an obvious offensive star other than Lawrence in the semifinal, and Etienne wouldn’t be sneaking up on anyone like Ross did last year. But Etienne led the Tigers with 98 receiving yards and two touchdowns against Ohio State, to go along with 36 rush yards and a touchdown. Etienne, who grew up in Jennings, Louisiana, picked Clemson over LSU, and he will face his home-state school on its home soil in what likely will be his final college game.