Clemson, Alabama to face off in championship game

ABC News' Paula Faris reports from California, where No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson will meet in the college football championship game for the fourth straight year.
2:23 | 01/07/19

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Transcript for Clemson, Alabama to face off in championship game
We're back here on "Gma." Just hours away from the biggest game of the year in college football. The national championship game. Clemson, Alabama. They're facing off for the title for the third time in four years. Paula Faris, she's in her glory at the stadium in Santa Clara. Guide morning, Paula. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Nobody had to twist my arm. You know how much I love covering sports. Clemson and bama, they're playing nice right now, right, guys? They're playing for this trophy. They're playing for all the marbles. Surprisingly, seats are still available for tonight's game. That has a lot to do with proximity. We're at Levi's stadium. 2400 miles away from the southern schools. It's a big ask for the fan bases to travel so far. Seats are still available. We found seats for as low as $169. Face value of $475. If you want to sit in the end zone, $299. We know one thing. When these teams play in the national championship game, it's always a nail-biter. It come down to the final couple of moments. The last two times they played, separated by five points and four points. Again, coming down to the final moments. Bama is favored to win. Robin, again, we'll see some empty seats here. A lot of people will be watching this one tonight on TV. The game on ESPN at 8:00 eastern. That's when coverage starts. You want to say hi, robin? Sure. The game is sure to be a humdinger. You can say hi to George and Cecilia, too. The gang Saul here. You'll be back later to talk to superfans? Yes. ESPN has a promotion going on. Llyas and Nancy are superfans. They have been living on a billboard since December 27th. They can co-exist for 11 days. Catch up with them. See what they've been up to. We have a huge surprise in order to reveal to them, guys. Just again. Revealing why fans is short for fanatics. Billboard? That's right. Thank you, Paula. You want to say bye? Like a teacher. Thank you, Paula. Thank you. Coming up, Lindsay lohan is here live.

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