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ESPN's Paul Finebaum Names His Top 2 Teams In College Football

Paul Finebaum makes comments about roy Williams.

Earlier this week, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney made the difficult decision to bench quarterback Kelly Bryant in favor of freshman Trevor Lawrence. Bryant then announced his decision to transfer from the Tigers program.

ESPN's Paul Finebaum commented on Swinney's decision to switch quarterbacks. The sports personality thinks Swinney made the right call saying he's "not impressed with Clemson" through four weeks.

Finebaum thinks the change at quarterback helps, but he's still not predicting a championship for Clemson. According to Finebaum, Clemson is not one of the two best teams in the country.

He thinks Alabama and Ohio State are the best so far. Here's what he had to say via 247Sports.

"Right now, Alabama and Ohio State are the two best teams in the country and I'm just not impressed with Clemson," Finebaum said. "I think it's evident by what Dabo did. He's not happy either. I still can't understand (Clemson) struggling. Alabama played a C-plus game and probably should've had a five-touchdown win over Texas A&M."

It's hard to argue with Finebaum given how Alabama has looked on the offensive side of the ball with Tua Tagovailoa at quarterback. The Buckeyes also have a star under center in Dwayne Haskins who has completed better than 75-percent of his passes this season.

Ohio State gets a tough matchup on the road against Penn State this weekend while the Crimson Tide look to coast against Louisiana.