Sunday, January 8, 2017

33 47 118 137 | Clemson's QB, Deshaun Watson, his birthday alignment with the College Football National Championship


Deshaun Watson, the starting QB for Clemson, was born September 14, 1995, a date with '118' numerology.  From his birthday to the championship this year will be a span of 118-days.

Just Do It = 118 (Nike Slogan)

9/14/1995 = 9+14+19+95 = 137 (137, 33rd prime number) (Tigers = 33)
9/14/1995 = 9+14+(1+9+9+5) = 47 (Deshaun Watson = 47) (1/9/2017 = 1+9+20+17 = 47)
9/14/1995 = 9+1+4+1+9+9+5 = 38
9/14/95 = 9+14+95 = 118 (From his 21st birthday to the game is a span of 118-days.



On the date of the game he will be 7,788-days past his birth.


It will be 117-days after his 21st birthday.


And a span of 118.


I think last year in my post college championship game, I said don't be surprised if Watson wins the championship next year.  I'll have to go back and watch.  He really is a good football player.  Perhaps the game is scripted for him.  I need to do the rest of the homework, but these alignments are pretty cool, especially in light of Nike and its symbolism in football, as well as collegiate and professional sports.... and everywhere else.

His birthday is also the day that leaves 108-days left left in the year.



That was a number that worked out well for the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers and the Chicago Cubs.  We'll see how it translates for the College Football Championship.  Keep in mind, Clemson is also from Carolina.


Chicago Cubs broke the 108-year drought, in the city where the tallest building is 108-stories.

Oh yes, and one last point about Gainesville, Florida, home of Gatorade, or better known as 'G'.


Recall, the divisors of '42' sum to '96'.



23 comments:

  1. Dank swinney is also 47 years perfect to match with the date 1+9+20+17=47

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  2. Tampa=192,the Clemson tigers=192,Wayne gallman=47,Raymond James=138,Clemson tiger football=1380,1+9+17=27,Clemson=27

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  3. Okay look: Last year Alabama beat Clemson with 85 combined points. This year Pitt "upset" Clemson with 85 combined points. That "Pitt" upset was a tribute to the 1976-77 Pittsburgh Panthers that won the National Championship. That foreshadows Clemson's National Championship 40 years later. Forty = 30 Pitt beat Georgia 27-3 that year with a combined 30 points. Clemson will win the National Championship 40 years later. Clemson = 27.

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    1. The date has 27 numerology too.
      I am thinking Clemson as well based off of how connected the QB and coach are.

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    2. Wayne gallman to their RB has a gematria of 47

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    3. WHY NOT JUST PICK BOTH ZACH SO U CAN KEEP THE SUCKERS ON UR DICK

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    4. He listened to you Mike

      Now he has Patriots vs Packers lmao

      Zack trolls himself what a worthless shit head

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  4. Jack slay the giant 1/13

    Friday lmao

    Shill stein the Book of Eli SB LI-E!!!!!

    Harry 4-0

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  5. Alabama and Clemson have a record of 13-2-0, with Alabama winning 13 in a row. Will the streak be broken on the 14th try? End = 14. The first game 10/8/1904 to 1/9/2017 is 41,001 days. http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/play-index/rivals.cgi?request=1&school_id=alabama&opp_id=clemson https://www.timeanddate.com/date/durationresult.html?m1=10&d1=08&y1=1904&m2=1&d2=09&y2=2017

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  6. If Clemson weara white, they will win. That's it.

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  7. Clemson has no chance!

    You guys do not watch the games, it's obvious.

    Its cute to go with the underdog.

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  8. You're right. I don't watch football.
    I'm just throwing stuff here to see what happens:)

    I like to bet, though, and gonna bet alabama since it makes america greater than clemson.

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    1. Oops, I meant the other way round. Clemson, not alabama.

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    2. Oh, never mind.

      I will bet alabama, not clemson. Like I first said.

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    3. Now if either team wins,
      I'm a prophet.

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