Ferrell, Wilkins channel Suge Knight in 'Come to Death Valley' postgame interview
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Clemson blowing the doors off Alabama in Monday's national championship game was an absolute stunner, but the most shocking moment of the night might have happened during the postgame festivities.

At the end of ESPN's interview with Christian Wilkins, the star defensive tackle and teammate Clelin Ferrell took the mic and dropped an epic recruiting pitch for the program.

The message was eerily similar to Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight's famous words at the 1995 Source Awards, where he took a dig at Puff Daddy and his label, Bad Boy Records.

What's most surprising about the whole moment? When Knight took the microphone for his message, Wilkins and Ferrell were both yet to be born. Shoutout to the young men and their sense of history.

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