Great finish to that Alabama-Texas game. I give Texas a lot of credit, hanging in there with a backup QB, but Bryce Young was just too much for them to overcome. The way he slipped that would-be sack and took off for 19 yards, and got out of bounds to stop the clock, was just pure talent and something you can't teach (and something that's really hard to stop).
One side note, about something that really irritates me in football, and this happened just before Alabama went for it on fourth-and-inches late in the game and came up short.
They were short on fourth down, and they were short on third-and-2, but the real problem on that set of downs was what happened on second down. I think they got 8 yards on first down, then completed a pass on second-and-2—and if that receiver had simply fallen backwards after the catch, he would've had the first down; instead, he made a move backwards, in an attempt to do a sort of end-around against the nearest defender, but he was tackled for basically no gain, and we all know what happened on third and fourth downs. It just bugs me so much when receivers go backwards to try to go forwards, because it usually doesn't work. You're almost always going to get more yardage if you just go with your forward momentum.