The Alabama dynasty continues.The Crimson Tide defeated Clemson, 45-40, to win the College Football Championship game Monday at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.It is the fifth national title for Coach Nick Saban and his fourth in the last seven years with the Crimson Tide.Alabama finishes 14-1 overall, while Clemson&rsquo;s once-perfect record falls to 14-1. The game was tied at halftime, 14-14, before Alabama&rsquo;s special teams made two game-changing plays in the second half.Adam Griffith kicked a 33-yard field goal to tie the score at 24 and then Saban called for an unexpected on-side kick that his team recovered.Two plays later, Jake Coker completed a 50-yard pass to tight end O.J. Howard for a touchdown. Clemson responded with a 31-yard field goal, but then it was Kenyan Drake&rsquo;s turn on special teams as he sprinted 95 yards, returning a kickoff for a touchdown and a 38-27 lead.The Tide never looked back.Coker completed 16 of 25 passes for 335 yards and two touchdowns, while Heisman Trophy winning running back Derrick Henry rushed for 158 yards in 36 carries and three touchdowns.Howard who was the improbable difference in the Tide&rsquo;s offense, catching five passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns, his first two touchdowns of the season.Deshaun Watson completed 30 of 47 passes for 405 yards and four touchdowns, with an interception. He rushed for 73 yards in 20 plays.