Heisman Trophy favorite Tua Tagovailoa had to be helped off the field with just over 11 minutes remaining after one of his own linemen stepped on the quarterback's right ankle as he attempted to throw. "That is the ultimate compliment I can give them" said Saban on Saturday. Alabama got away with the win and they're lucky to have two high-caliber quarterbacks at their disposal.
The referees reviewed the play and overturned the call on the field to a touchdown for Alabama.
Normally-stoic head coach Nick Saban even got a little emotional talking about his guys.
However, the leader of the Crimson Tide appeared to have a change of heart on where Georgia should rank heading into Sunday morning. He's quickly built Georgia into a national powerhouse, but he keeps coming up short against his ex-boss. While this one didn't end with the suddenness of that national title game, it hurt just as bad.
With the College Football Playoff final four being announced tomorrow, a win against Alabama would do wonders for Smart's team and lock them in for the CFP. Alabama might not be able to completely shut the Sooners down, but the Tide will get enough stops in the end.
Championship Saturday is over in college football.
-Dwayne Haskins, Ohio State, threw for 499 yards and added five more TD passes to his single-season record, helping the No. 6 Buckeyse hold off a second-half charge from No. 21 Northwestern for a 45-24 victory. However, many believed Tagovailoa, a former 5-star prospect, was the better option after excelling during limited opportunities during his first season in Tuscaloosa, amid the starter's struggles throughout the 2017 campaign, prior to the CFB Playoff title game.
Georgia: The Bulldogs are hoping to land a playoff spot but will likely have to settle for a trip to the Sugar Bowl as a consolation prize.
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The agreement includes a change in Canadian regulations that will allow greater access for USA dairy products, eggs and poultry. He says they can choose between the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement or "pre-Nafta, which works very well".