Check Out the Hilarious Appeal One Church is Making to Clemson Fans Who Prayed For Win
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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