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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.

By Extra Mustard
January 12, 2016

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.

• Empire State Building honors Alabama for winning national title

Brynn Anderson/AP Photo
Brynn Anderson/AP Photo
Brynn Anderson/AP Photo

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

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