by Drew Ward
Monday night, January 8 concluded one the craziest and most unexpected college football seasons to date. University of Central Florida went undefeated and the governor of Florida decided that they were the national champions in a bill that he signed, after UCF beat Auburn. The Big Ten went 7-1 in the playoffs after being disappointed at being left out in the playoffs. However, Alabama still continued to roll and show their dominance. In the past 9 years they have won the national championship 5 times.
The Tide came back and won in overtime. In a game that they were getting dominated in the first half and for most the game, they decided to switch their quarterback from Jalen Hurts, who was 25-2 as a starter, to a gun-slinging true freshman Tua Tagovailoa. He scored the Tide’s first points of the game and lead them to a win. The Tide won an overtime touchdown pass thrown by Tagovailoa to win 26-20 over the Georgia Bulldogs.