-23. [ wild cheers ] >>> and there's head coach nick sabin hoisting up his sixth championship trophy. with that, he ties legend baier bryant. the freshman quarterback rushing to his parents. he just holds them in a deep embrace, kisses their cheeks. what a great kid. boy, his parents are really proud. >>> a big talker last night was president trump taking the field during the national anthem. members of the rotc units at both colleges flanked the commander in chief. the crowd met him with a mixture of cheers and boos. of course the president has been critical of athletes protesting the national anthem. last night neither team was on the field. ♪ >>> and switching gears here, dr. j. seems to be feeling better. good news for everybody. enough so that he tweeted from atlanta for the national championship game. he said, "fully recovered, and hanging with my wife and son. thank you all for the love and well wishes." >> nice. >> the 67-year-old fell ill at the sixers game friday and had to be rushed to the hospital. >> good to see. >>> push for 2020. millions urging oprah to run for pres
wins 26-23. nick sabin getting his sixth national championship. pretty amazing. >> we talked about this on facebook live earlier. we had to have a big discussion about this. >> you're texting me early this morning, hey, as soon as you come in, i want to see you. >> not every coach could have done what he did. >> i don't think so. >> pulled such a quarterback and put in a freshman. >> because he -- that coach has the clout to do that. he did the right thing. >> if alabama fans are waking up like christmas morning, what do georgia fans feel like this morning? >> like halloween, a nightmare. >> wah, wah, wah. >> i feel -- i know a lot of georgia fans. i feel their pain. you may be excited for alabama -- >> you're a cubs fan -- >> oh, my god. let me go over the weather, the snow, ice -- >> got it all. >> there we go. and to add to the excitement, fog has been pushing into the area. this is actually a good sign for our area. fog forming is a sign that warm air is pushing into the area. warm, moist air meeting the cooler surfaces at the shore. not as cold as the roast -- the rest of the area.
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