Alabama fans take to the streets to celebrate national championship

Alabama won its 11th (or 16th, depending on who you ask) national championship on Monday night with a 45–40 victory over Clemson in the national championship game and Crimson Tide fans took to the streets to celebrate their continued success in the world of college football.
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Alabama won its 11th (or 16th, depending who you ask) national championship on Monday night with a 45–40 victory over Clemson and Crimson Tide fans took to the streets to celebrate their continued success in the world of college football.

Students and supporters turned Tuscaloosa into a giant party after the team put away the Tigers, giving Nick Saban his fifth national championship, and his fourth as coach of Alabama.

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The fans sang “Dixieland Delight” and “Sweet Home Alabama,” and yelled “Roll Tide” as they paraded through the town late into the night, according to AL.com.

– Brendan Maloy