In a close game with a national championship on the line, it’s easy to imagine some Clemson fans bargaining with the man upstairs for a little divine intervention to beat the Crimson Tide. And one South Carolina church is taking full advantage of that.
According to a report from WSPA-TV’s Fred Cunningham, the Piedmont United Methodist Church in Upstate South Carolina had a reminder for all those Tigers fans that did some bartering on Monday night.
On Wednesday morning, the news anchor tweeted a photograph of the sign located outside the church building, which read: “If you made any promises on Clemson’s last drive, service starts at 10. #ALLIN at 10:00”
— Fred Cunningham (@fredontv) January 11, 2017
As most college football fans are well aware of by now, Clemson completed a game-winning drive with a touchdown connection between star QB Deshaun Watson and WR Hunter Renfrow with one second remaining on the clock to beat the Crimson Tide 35-31.