It was the night all college football fans were waiting for on Monday when the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Clemson Tigers battled it out for the National Championship. It was a night to forget for the number one ranked Crimson Tide, as they lost in a blowout, 44-16. One of the plays that characterized the night, was a fake field goal attempt that ended miserably. Now Alabama head coach Nick Saban is taking the blame for it.

"We thought we had a really, really good fake, and somebody didn't block a guy they were supposed to block, and so it didn't work," Saban said, according to ESPN. "So it was a bad call. It's always that way."