Skip Bayless

Skip Bayless’ Clemson-bashing Monday didn’t hold up well

The Clemson Tigers’ come-from-behind 35-31 win in the college football national championship game Monday surprised many, considering how dominant Alabama was early on. It made a lot of the tweets from when the Crimson Tide were up 14-0 appear rather frozen in hindsight. However, one man’s red-hot takes on Clemson throughout the night stood out. That would be Fox Sports’ Skip Bayless, who recently insisted “I have consistently been correct with all these outrageous takes.” Let’s see how correct Bayless was this time around, starting with an early take on the Tigers’ mistakes:

He then went after Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson:

(Watson finished with 420 passing yards and four touchdowns accounted for in what some have called the best championship performance since Vince Young in 2006.)

Bayless then returned to Clemson as a whole, and got even more emphatic:

Even after Clemson started to make progress, Bayless still found much to criticize:

As time rolled on, Bayless still was confident the Tide would win (despite his pre-game prediction of a Clemson victory):

However, his tune then started to change:

Even after Clemson won, Bayless refused to give them credit, saying it was all about Alabama and head coach Nick Saban’s inadequacy:

And congrats to you, Skip, for once again consistently being correct with all your outrageous takes.

Andrew Bucholtz

About Andrew Bucholtz

Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing. He also covers the CFL and other sports for Yahoo! Canada.

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