Now that the NCAA competition between Alabama and Georgia is fast approaching, many people are wondering if it will be a repeat of what happened in their encounter this year.
Last year competition was very entertaining and fantastic. Both teams played very well until the game started to change with a freshman and Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa putting the ball to DeVonta Smith who was located in the left side of the field. That sealed the game, which ended the encounter and it ended in favor of Alabama team.
The competition was great, it was indeed an epic comeback for the Alabama team. As at half time, nobody gave Alabama team any chance of surviving the encounter, because they were trailing behind. However the halftime changes made a great difference in the national championship. Tagovailoa entrance made a difference and whenever he has the ball, his opponents know that something great is going to happen. The team manager has his plan perfected in the second part of the game because his plan was to change or rotate quarterbacks.
Tagovailoa was introduced in the second part of the match and this means that he was not part of the start line. He replaced Sophomore Jalen. He made a great difference and nobody was in doubt of his performance when he made his second drive.
There are other players that distinguished themselves in the encounter. One of the key players in that encounter is Jake Fromm. He was not a match to Tagovailoa because he was supposed to mark him, but he could not live up to expectations.
Although Alabama won the match, it does not mean that Georgia team did not live up to expectation. They had 13 points lead in the first half. Sony Michael and Fromm contributed to most of their points.