Clemson Has Tombstone Honoring Beating Alabama In 2019 National Title Game
Written by The Daily Caller on March 15, 2019
David Hookstead | Reporter
Clemson’s football program is stomping all over Alabama these days, and their latest move is extremely cocky.
Just how cocky are we talking here? Well, the Tigers have a tombstone honoring beating Alabama 44-16 in the 2019 national title game with the words “best ever” on it. (RELATED: Clemson
At Clemson Pro Day today. pic.twitter.com/0N4QQlPa1n
— D. Orlando Ledbetter (@DOrlandoAJC) March 14, 2019
My friends, I’m all in on this movement. Getting tombstones to remember times you dominated things is awesome.
Dabo Swinney is known as a humble dude, but this is about as arrogant as it gets. I’m not saying I don’t like it. I love it. It’s awesome.
It’s not really in his character, but who gives a damn? This tombstone is one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen.
I hope all major college football programs follow this example. They should have a dedicated graveyard near the stadium just full of headstones commemorating big wins.
Hell, I’m ready to make some calls right now and write a check in order to get one in Madison for the Badgers. Of course, after our pathetic season last year, there wouldn’t exactly be many headstones, but that’s a conversation for another time.
As for Clemson, thank you for making my day. Once again, Dabo Swinney has managed to dominate the headlines for all the correct reasons.
Source: The Daily Caller