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Alabama Crimson Tide's domination not likely to end soon

13 January 2018

Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa hails from Hawaii and people in his home state were ecstatic after watching him lead Alabama in its overtime victory over Georgia.

Shortly after the Crimson Tide posted a 26-23 overtime win over Georgia in the College Football Playoff Championship Game, Saban was asked about his coaching plans.

You can pencil Alabama in next year's College Football Playoff and I'm not going to bet against them not winning it all because the math says the odds are ever in their favor.

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Tagovailoa's first drive of the game was relatively vanilla. After all, he had never played in a game at this level when his team wasn't leading comfortably. Saban joins the late Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant as the only coaches with five AP titles. "How this second half played out changes college football, because Tua is going to be one of the best quarterbacks in college football".

"When we lost a year ago on the last play of the game, we said don't waste a failing", Saban said. "So, our team turns over a little quicker, so it creates a lot of opportunities for younger players to get a chance to play".

I was nearly always playing at least a year up, maybe two years up, and that got me really well equipped for high school.

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Indeed, former Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin made headlines on Tuesday when he said on the "Dan Patrick Show" that he had "no doubt" Tagovailoa would have transferred had he not been put into the game against Georgia.

Georgia had no reason to fear overtime with the national championship on the line. Georgia's last national title in a major sporting event came in 1995 - more than 22 years ago - when the Atlanta Braves defeated the Cleveland Indians in the World Series. Oh gosh, I'm just really happy. He started only one game this past season but played in all 13, logging 19 tackles, including six tackles for loss. That 26-23 overtime win over Georgia was nearly too much to process, even for Nick Saban, who when it was over actually sputtered "I've never been happier in my life". Georgia's running game was almost shut down at every turn, as Michel and Chubb just couldn't seem to get any meaningful yards when it mattered. Tagovailoa, a native of Hawaii, had thrown passes during mop-up duty in seven games but hadn't seen the field since November 18, but his prayers - and those of the Alabama Nation - were answered in the second half Monday.

Reflecting back to the Crimson Tide's open practice last August, senior wide receiver Cam Sims spoke with yours truly of Touchdown Alabama Magazine about four-star Louisiana native, Devonta Smith. You go through the first half, and it's the first time that I can remember that Alabama has been "out-Alabama'd" by another team.

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Alabama Crimson Tide's domination not likely to end soon