This article is part of our DFS College Football series.
Welcome to our breakdown for the National Championship game between LSU and Clemson as we look to put a bow on an amazing season and crown a champion. Below, we've got a full breakdown of the matchup along with our suite of DFS Tools, along with a look at the DFS options.
I couldn't be more excited for this game. It's a clash of the two best teams in college football who have taken very different paths to get here.
LSU's 2019 has been fascinating. Prior to this year, LSU had been a sleeping giant who kept hitting the snooze button on getting with the times. Recruiting at an elite level and developing that talent into future NFL stars helped define this past decade of LSU football, but so did a lack of results.
Zero SEC West Titles from 2012-2018 and an eight-game losing streak to Alabama was the true prevailing narrative around this program heading into this season. So, what changed? We had heard the lip service from LSU before, that this Tigers team would be different. They were going to open up the offense, be more multiple. They were going to spread people out and go tempo. And what came of it? The 30th rated offense in S&P+ in 2018, 23rd in 2017, 41st in 2016.
Enter Joe Brady, a former offensive assistant with the Saints who became LSU's passing game coordinator and helped change everything about the offense. In tailoring the passing game to quarterback Joe