Chills. It's part of the beauty of football. That calm storm that gradually builds to a complete shockwave of crowd roar as a big play unfolds. And up to this point in the CFP National Championship game, there hasn't been a bigger play for Clemson than Tee Higgins' 36-yard touchdown scamper in the second quarter. Higgins shed a few LSU defenders before barreling over Kristian Fulton just before he crossed the pylon. And this angle of the play may be the best one we've seen yet.
My goodness, that sound of pads colliding. And the sound of the astounded crowd reaction right afterwards complements it perfectly. I don't have sideline seats for the game, but cameras like these do more than enough to put all of college football's fanbase right in the middle of the crazy gridiron action.