Football

January 12, 2016 10:12 PM

Alabama coach Nick Saban has magic touch with trick play in exciting title game

Onside kick by Alabama five minutes into fourth quarter sets stage for Tide’s dramatic win

Nick Saban: “Getting that onside kick, I think, did change the momentum of the game”

The Crimson Tide had four touchdowns of 50 or more yards against the Tigers

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