MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Top-ranked Alabama beats No. 3 Ohio State 52-24 to win its sixth national championship under coach Nick Saban and DeVonta Smith did not catch a single pass after halftime. He didn’t have to, either. He’d done plenty. The Heisman Trophy-winning receiver from Alabama put his stamp all over the College Football Playoff championship game in the first two quarters, and the Crimson Tide are national champions once again. Smith had 12 catches for 215 yards and three touchdowns — all those scores coming in the second quarter — to lead the Tide past Ohio State 52-24 on Monday night. “Last year, they said the dynasty was over,” Smith said. “We don’t stop. We just keep reloading.” He won everything there was to win this season: the national title
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