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Wayne Cavadi | NCAA.com | December 27, 2017

Relive the Clemson vs. Alabama 2017 Championship through Legos

  Dabo Swinney gets a Lego shower after Clemson wins the 2017 national championship.

Jared Jacobs, the king of all Legos, is back at it. Jacobs, who goes by the Twitter handle @goldyeller, has brought fans down memory lane via legos for several years. He started with his reenactment of the Villanova buzzer-beater over North Carolina in 2016, and his work has encompassed everything from the Open Championship to Tennessee's iconic Hail Mary victory over Georgia.

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Jacobs' latest creation highlights Clemson's 2017 national championship, just in time for the rubber match between Clemson and Alabama. Jacobs captures Deshaun Watson's last second touchdown pass to Hunter Renfrow in Clemson's thrilling 35-31 victory. He also brings to life the postgame celebratory fun, showing Dabo Swinney get a good, old fashioned Lego shower, and the now famous Christian Wilkins split.

After two of the more memorable national championships, the much anticipated Clemson vs. Alabama, Part III should have plenty for Jacobs' next project. Until then, relive last year's dramatic final seconds below.

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