As the final seconds ticked of Monday night’s National Championship game between Clemson and Alabama ticked away, and Clemson quarterback DeShaun Watson fired a pass in the direction of receiver Hunter Renfrow on which the outcome of the game rested, it is almost certain that more than a few Clemson fans asked for divine intervention.
One Church in South Carolina is further hypothesizing (probably safely) that some fans made promises to attend services in exchange for a Clemson championship. That Church is now calling on any such fans to live up to their end of the bargain.
WSPA anchor Fred Cunningham and For The Win shared a sign posted outside the Piedmont United Methodist Church in Piedmont, SC — appealing to Clemson fans to make good on any title game-related “promises” they may have made.
— Fred Cunningham (@fredontv) January 11, 2017
In a particularly nice touch, the Church even made reference to the team’s #ALLIN slogan. Undoubtedly, the Church is hoping worshippers will be #ALLIN on Sunday morning.
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