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We wouldn't have gotten the witness the exciting story of Tagovailoa use his left arm, churning legs and electric competitive nature to rally his team to a national championship.

President Donald Trump got his own national anthem moment Monday when he took the field before Alabama and Georgia faced off in the College Football Playoff National Championship. The winning play was, basically, four receivers going deep.

"This is a dream come true". But he's got a dynasty right now and another dynamite recruiting class. Why he would do it, I don't know.

No. 3 Georgia (13-2), the SEC champion and in the playoff for the first time, defeated No. 2 Oklahoma 54-48 in double overtime in the Rose Bowl semifinal. Georgia is becoming what some of us always believed it could be - a championship program.

The decision to interview Hurts is worth defending from a journalistic standpoint, though. "We all knew that he could do it". The Braves finished third in the NL East last season with a 72-90 record.

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Alabama would eventually tie the game, 20-20, and push the contest into overtime.

Raekwon Davis was playing like a man possessed on Monday night. Instead, it will likely only inspire the Georgia players to work out harder and practice harder so when they get that chance again, they'll be the ones getting the trophy handed to them.

Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa, who may be the next great Hawaiian quarterback, has spent most of his life following the path of his mentor, Tennessee Titans quarterback?

"Da'Ron (Payne), he played when he was a freshman, too". The SEC also had two teams featured in the 2011 season finale, when Alabama defeated Louisiana State in the BCS title game.

College football bowl games have set the stage for some of the best spectacles known to man for decades. He provided instant pressure, forcing the throw which bounced off Da'Shawn Hand's helmet and into Davis' hands. "He's going to be in the top as good as there's ever been".

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. He added 41 yards on the ground in 6 carries. The coaches can learn from this game.

Coach Nick Saban made his way down the steps, offered a wave and quietly drove away.

He led them to 13 fourth-quarter points for the victory.

In overtime, essentially needing a touchdown after faith in Alabama's kicker diminished, Tagovailoa took an ill-advised sack that put the Tide in a second-and-26 situation.