The 2020 Alabama Crimson Tide football team won the College Football Playoff national championship.

The Crimson Tide finished the season, which was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a perfect 13-0 record.

Alabama won the Southeastern Conference title with a perfect 10-0 regular season followed by a 52-46 win over the Florida Gators in the SEC Championship Game.

The Crimson Tide advanced to the College Football Playoff, where they defeated the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 31-14 in the Rose Bowl semifinal game and then defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes 52-24 in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

Alabama was quarterbacked by Mac Jones, who was named the Offensive MVP of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Najee Harris was the team’s leading rusher with 1,262 yards and 24 touchdowns and DeVonta Smith was the leading receiver with 1,856 yards and 23 touchdowns.

Smith won the Heisman Trophy as the nation’s top player.

The trio went on to be first-round draft picks in the 2021 NFL Draft.

The Crimson Tide’s defense was led by Dylan Moses, who had a team-leading 61 tackles, and Patrick Surtain II, who had four interceptions.

Alabama’s head coach was Nick Saban.

Here is a game-by-game look at the 2020 Alabama football schedule and results via the NCAA:

2020 Alabama Football Schedule and Results

at MissouriSaturday, Sept. 267 p.mESPNColumbia, MOW, 38-19
Texas A&MSaturday, Oct. 33:30 p.m.CBSTuscaloosa, ALW, 52-24
at MississippiSaturday, Oct. 107:30 p.m.ESPNOxford, MSW, 63-48
GeorgiaSaturday, Oct. 178 p.m.CBSTuscaloosa, ALW, 41-24
at TennesseeSaturday, Oct. 243:30 p.m.CBSKnoxville, TNW, 48-17
Mississippi StateSaturday, Oct. 317 p.m.ESPNTuscaloosa, ALW, 41-0
KentuckySaturday, Nov. 214 p.m.SEC NetworkTuscaloosa, ALW, 63-3
AuburnSaturday, Nov. 283:30 p.m.CBSTuscaloosa, ALW, 42-13
at LSUSaturday, Dec. 58 p.m.CBSBaton Rouge, LAW, 55-17
at ArkansasSaturday, Dec. 1212 p.m.ESPNFayetteville, ARW, 52-3
Florida (SEC Championship)Saturday, Dec. 198 p.m.CBSAtlanta, GAW, 52-46
No. 4 Notre Dame (College Football Playoff)Friday, Jan. 14 p.m.ESPNArlington, TXW, 31-14
No. 3 Ohio State (National Championship)Monday, Jan. 118 p.m. ETESPNMiami Gardens, FLW, 52-24
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