"I've only been here for a year", Lawrence said in a news conference Tuesday.
Clemson earned its place in the sport's history - becoming the first Division I/FBS team to finish 15‐0 since Penn in 1897 - with a convincing 44-16 win over No. 1 Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T on Monday night.
For the Alabama program, it's the worst loss since the 1998 Music City Bowl in which a Frank Beamer-led Virginia Tech team beat Mike. The two teams were meeting in the College Football Playoff for the fourth consecutive season.
Playing in his first year out of high school, Lawrence outplayed former Tigers quarterback Kelly Bryant, who despite winning an ACC title and taking them to a berth in the semi final last season, couldn't produce in the passing game when it mattered most.
Saban is now 6-2 in national title games, with both losses coming to Clemson.
With freshman star quarterback Trevor Lawrence on campus for at least another two seasons, Clemson will likely continue to challenge for national championships.
"Proud. Proud not just of what you do. but who you are". But Swinney is not buying the narrative that Alabama's dynasty is finished just yet.
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