Published: Mon, December 03, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Twitter explodes after Jalen Hurts leads 'Bama comeback win over Georgia

Twitter explodes after Jalen Hurts leads 'Bama comeback win over Georgia

Hurts started every game for the Crimson Tide after taking over during Week 1 of his true freshman season in 2016 prior to the 2018 season. We found a way to get it done today.

"I know at Alabama, there's always an opportunity to win", Hurts said.

Alabama has won 15 consecutive games, starting with its two wins in last season's playoff. "We worked so hard in the offseason - blood, sweat, and tears together".

Hurts is a hero for Alabama fans and erased a 28-21 fourth-quarter deficit with a 10-yard touchdown to Jerry Jeudy on his first drive after replacing Tagovailoa. I'm so proud of this guy for what he's done this year. While this one didn't end with the suddenness of that national title game, it hurt just as bad. "But we've got a formula that we believe in and we've got a program that's used to winning and players that are used to winning". "I'm so happy, so happy for everybody". Oklahoma's only defeat this season was to Texas, a 48-45 game on a neutral field in Dallas on October 6 - and the Sooners won the rematch in Saturday's Big 12 title game, 39-27. They had had another chance to knock off the team that had been No. 1 in the polls all season, a team that has built perhaps the greatest rivalry in college football history. But Hurts took control of the offense and lifted Alabama, certain to be the top seed in the College Football Playoff.

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For the second time in less than a year, the Bulldogs squandered a double-digit lead to the Crimson Tide.

Swinney has the same top-6 as the Playoff committee with Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Georgia and Ohio State.

"There was a lot of debate about Oklahoma, Georgia and Ohio State", CFP committee chairman Rob Mullens said.

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