Jalen Hurts picks up Alabama against Georgia

Jalen Hurts picks up Alabama against Georgia

It was reminiscent of Tagovailoa replacing Hurts at halftime during that national championship game and carrying the team to a victory.

Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback Jalen Hurts experienced true poetic justice during the SEC Championship Game on Saturday.

He calmly guided the Crimson Tide to a game-tying touchdown with a 10-yard pass to Jerry Jeudy, capping a 16-play, 80-yard drive that chewed up more than 7 minutes. And when he trotted off the field after the winning TD, Tagovailoa was one of the first teammates to greet him.

The Athletic follows the same protocol as the actual Heisman voting: three points for a first-place vote, two points for a second-place vote, one point for a third-place vote. Alabama won a championship. "I'm so happy, so happy for everybody".

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Quarterback Trevor Lawrence added two touchdown passes to Tee Higgins, helping Clemson to become the first team to win four consecutive ACC title games.

Ohio State, Georgia and even UCF all felt deserving of a spot, but the selection committee obviously believed Oklahoma's resume was the best off that long list of contenders for the fourth and final entry into the playoff. He's quickly built Georgia into a national powerhouse, but he keeps coming up short against his ex-boss.

For the second time in about 11 months, the Bulldogs squandered a double-digit lead to the Crimson Tide.

Somehow, Hurts didn't win the MVP of the game. That faith in the program that his opportunity would come happened on the biggest stage in what was the best game of the year, so far as Alabama improved to 13-0 and punched their ticket to the College Football Playoff. "They've been doing it for a lot of years".

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