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Alabama-Clemson match-up turns wacky in hands of Taiwanese Animators

A somewhat literal interpretation of the Clemson vs. Alabama game. (Source: Taiwanese Animators/YouTube) A somewhat literal interpretation of the Clemson vs. Alabama game. (Source: Taiwanese Animators/YouTube)
(WAFF) -

Football players breathing fire, tossing one another into dumpsters, and rocket-powered footwear.

These are just a few of the unique ways the Alabama-Clemson National Championship Game is dramatized in a video produced by a viral video powerhouse.

The group, Taiwanese Animators, has been responsible for equally weird videos depicting American political battles, NASA's announcement of the possibility of water on Mars, and Jon Stewart leaving "The Daily Show," among dozens of others.

"Clemson praying there won't be any Clemsoning against Bama," the opening title proclaims, before we see an anthropomorphic tiger claw at a giant bottle of Tide laundry detergent wearing an Alabama cap.

From there, the video gets even more bizarre. You'll see Alabama's Jake Coker, symbolized as a bottle of soda pop, super glue being applied to the hands of Clemson wideouts Hunter Renfrow and Artavis Scott, and some things that defy all manner of description. 

Watch it for yourself on YouTube.

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