Rookie QB Leads Alabama to National Title, then His Interview About God Goes Viral

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January 09, 2018Jan 09, 2018

On Monday evening, the college football season came to an official ending. The Alabama Crimson Tide were able to beat the Georgia Bulldogs in an overtime game that had the world going wild.

With zero points on the board, Alabama went into the locker room at halftime needing to reevaluate their game plan. When they returned, head coach Nick Saben made a major move that shocked a lot of people. He decided to bench his starting quarterback and put a freshman rookie into the game.

Tua Tagovailoa was relatively unknown in America before tonight. The second string QB came into the game for Alabama and rallied his team. His amazing athletic ability stunned viewers as he methodically picked apart the Georgia defense.

In an overtime shocker, Tua launched a massive end zone bomb to seal the game and bring the National Championship title back to Alabama. However, it was his interview after the game that is going viral on social media. The young man from Hawaii used the opportunity to turn all the glory back to God.

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"All glory goes to God. Who would've ever thought I'd be here in this moment. I thank God for that, and my teammates, and Coach Saban for giving me the opportunity," he said.

He has even been compared to Tim Tebow for his athletic ability and resounding faith. Some fans have even dubbed him with the nickname, "The Tim Tebow of Hawaii," his home state.

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