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True freshman QB Tua Tagovailoa talks to Maria Taylor about the Alabama Crimson Tide defeating the Georgia Bulldogs to win the national championship on a walk-off TD in overtime. ✔ Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: ✔ Watch Latest Episodes on WatchESPN: ✔ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: Get more ESPN on YouTube: ► First Take: ► SC6 with Michael & Jemele: ► SportsCenter with SVP: http://es/pn/SVPonYouTube ESPN on Social Media: ► Follow on Twitter: ► Like on Facebook: ► Follow on Instagram: Visit ESPN on YouTube to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball, soccer and more. More on ESPN.com:
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Justin Hardy # 12 january 2018 in 00:02 0
Praise God !!! Wonderful Things Coming your Way!
Ryan Salazar # 12 january 2018 in 00:05 0
Johnson Aquatics # 12 january 2018 in 00:08 0
Regardlesss what a great football season like if you agree
What Fred Said # 12 january 2018 in 00:13 0
The REF'S should get the game ball!
What Fred Said # 12 january 2018 in 00:15 0
I'm not a Georgia fan by any means but the ref's blew several calls in this game and they all seemed to benefit Alabama! They screwed Georgia out of a blocked punt, a personal foul that should have been called against Alabama when their player pushed the quarterback of Georgia's head when he was on the ground, the missed face mask to a Georgia player and a block in the back on a punt return! Not to mention all the times I saw an Alabama player with a handful of Georgia jersey in his hand but was never called for holding. This was one of the worst officiated games I have ever seen and only a few sport writers have mentioned  this. I realize you can't get every call right but my god get a different job if you can't do better than this!
Bertley # 12 january 2018 in 00:20 0
You have a shite for god if he cares more about who wins a worthless football game than all the other problems we are facing. And there is no evidence that he can multitask, at all.
Dane B. McFadhen # 12 january 2018 in 00:20 0
God? Who said dat?

E Cannon # 12 january 2018 in 00:22 0
It's always impressive when Jesus takes time out of his busy schedule of giving cancer to babies to intervene in college football. Glory!
FirstGaming HD # 12 january 2018 in 00:23 0
Georgia deserves to lose lol. They ran Cover 2 on 2nd & 26.
ParallelgamingHD GD # 12 january 2018 in 00:27 0
Georgia looses everything
UCF 2017 UNDISPUTED NATTY CHAMPS 13-0-0 # 12 january 2018 in 00:32 0

better luck next year!!!!!!!!!
usctrojans001 # 12 january 2018 in 00:32 0
We in the Islands are Proud of You Tua! First Tagovailoa Thanks Jesus, Then the Team Effort, Next the Defense and the Offense Line, The Team Again "They were the Guy who made me look Good Tonight" As Humbled as he is Gifted!
Pernell Hill # 12 january 2018 in 00:36 0
Did he mean his parents would be mad if he mentions his thanks to his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ? If they raised him that way, to be unashamed, then he is only living that out, this is a defining moment for him, mom and dad be proud, your son is a champion and I'm not just talking football. It's refreshing to see young men like this on the big stage acknowledging his faith. I wish him the very best.
Great Scott # 12 january 2018 in 00:38 0
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Nathan Burnham # 12 january 2018 in 00:41 0
Very humble, well respected, great job recognizing the team, endless potential, congrats AL.... from a GA fan....
Karen Cumbie # 12 january 2018 in 00:41 0
Thanks be to God who gives us the victory.
Dustin Williams # 12 january 2018 in 00:41 0
I'm so proud of him. True freshman coming in the second half of the national championship, taking the entire team on his back and leading them to victory. I knew he was special ever since the Vanderbilt game. But don't forget about the man who got us there. Jalen Hurts. It was a brilliant move by Saban to switch up quarterbacks. He obviously knew that Tua could get the job done and it was the last thing Georgia expected.
snort2 # 12 january 2018 in 00:42 0
one of the best plays ever
Riki Patel # 12 january 2018 in 00:43 0
Why do people have to thank God for everything? Lmao.