Out of the 30 million or so viewers of this year’s College Football Championship game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide, there was probanly only one person who even thought about replacing Jalen Hurts with freshman Tua Tagovailoa after halftime. Nick Saban. Love, hate, or envy the Tide because they get a lot of the top recruits and “Just win, Baby”, they also have the best head coach. This move was pure genius and cemented his name alongside another legacy. Someone called Bear and who happened to also coach Alabama. They both have six National Championships. Nick Saban will get more. Probably enough for all ten fingers and maybe a few for his toes. TuaTagovailoa is now a household name, even if you’re one of the several million who can’t pronounce his name without help. Yes, he threw the pass. Yes, DeVonta Smith caught the pass. But it was Nick Saban’s genius (or the riverboat gambler in him), that produced the opportunity. Roll Tide!
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