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God's Glory & Alabama Football
I don't think I've ever followed college football, but I tuned into this week's national championship game between Alabama and Georgia. It was a thriller won on the last play by a freshman quarterback whose post-game interview was even more moving than his on field heroics. Here’s how it unfolded.
Alabama freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa committed a dunce move (commentators' words) one play before throwing the winning touchdown.
Behind three points in overtime of a game for all the marbles, Alabama was well within field goal range for a tie with still time to go for a touchdown and the win. But after snapping the ball and not finding an open receiver, Tua failed to toss the ball away and got sacked for a huge loss. With one play left, his team was now possibly out of field goal range for even a tie. Then, the very next play, he nailed an extraordinary touchdown throw to end the game and win the national championship.
It was an electric sports moment. And it piqued my curiosity.