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Crimson Tide overrun Sooners in Orange Bowl (1:20)

Tua Tagovailoa throws 4 touchdown passes as Alabama withstands Oklahoma's late surge in the Capital One Orange Bowl. (1:20)

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Clemson and Bama win to set up Round 4 (1:27)

For the fourth consecutive year, the championship journeys of the Tigers and Tide feature a must-win showdown in the College Football Playoff. (1:27)

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Alabama withstands Oklahoma surge, advances to CFP title game (2:33)

Tua Tagovailoa throws for 318 yards and 4 touchdowns as Alabama survives 417 yards and 3 scores from Kyler Murray to win the Capital One Orange Bowl. (2:33)

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Oklahoma won't go away with Murray's 8-yard TD run (1:08)

Kyler Murray looks to throw, but keeps it himself for an 8-yard touchdown run as Oklahoma continues to stay alive vs. Alabama. (1:08)

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Murray launches 49-yard TD to Rambo (0:25)

Kyler Murray keeps Oklahoma alive with a perfect 49-yard touchdown pass to Charleston Rambo in the third quarter. (0:25)

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Tua's 4th TD pass goes to Jeudy (0:40)

Tua Tagovailoa throws another touchdown pass across the middle, this time to Jerry Jeudy for a 13-yard score. (0:40)

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Murray rifles TD to Lamb, keeping Oklahoma's hopes alive (0:30)

Kyler Murray hits CeeDee Lamb with a back-shoulder pass for a 10-yard touchdown as Oklahoma stays within reach of Alabama. (0:30)

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Tua answers Oklahoma TD with 10-yard score (0:36)

Tua Tagovailoa finds DeVonta Smith on a slant for a 10-yard touchdown, padding Alabama's lead in the fourth quarter. (0:36)

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Tua, Bama control first half vs. Oklahoma (1:21)

Tua Tagovailoa throws for 224 yards and 2 TDs and Damien Harris adds two rushing scores as Alabama holds a 31-10 halftime lead over Oklahoma. (1:21)

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Saban slams headset after Alabama false start (0:34)

Nick Saban gets heated and smashes his headset to the turf after Alabama is flagged for another false start in the second quarter. (0:34)

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Ruggs makes circus catch for Alabama's 2nd TD (1:11)

Tua Tagovailoa lofts a pass into the end zone and Henry Ruggs III hauls in a tough catch for a 10-yard touchdown to extend Alabama's lead. (1:11)

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Lamb levels Alabama defender on Murray's 1st-down run (0:34)

CeeDee Lamb nails an Alabama defender to spring Kyler Murray for a first down on an 11-yard gain. (0:34)

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Sermon finds big hole to put Oklahoma on the board (0:22)

Trey Sermon takes a direct snap into the end zone from two yards out to score Oklahoma's first points of the Orange Bowl. (0:22)

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Alabama's Jacobs trucks Oklahoma DB on way to end zone (0:36)

Tua Tagovailoa throws to Josh Jacobs in the flat and he takes it 27 yards for a score, bulldozing the Oklahoma defender in his path. (0:36)

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'Overrated' chants break out after Oklahoma's failed fourth down attempt (0:33)

Kyler Murray's incomplete pass generates a series of "overrated" chants at the Capital One Orange Bowl. (0:33)

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Harris puts Alabama up by 3 TDs in 1st quarter (0:21)

Damien Harris finds the end zone for the second time from a yard away, putting Alabama up by three touchdowns vs. Oklahoma. (0:21)

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Jeudy hangs on to Tua's dime between defenders (0:28)

Tua Tagovailoa throws downfield and fits a pass between Oklahoma defenders to connect with Jerry Jeudy for a 40-yard gain. (0:28)

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Alabama takes Murray's pass to end zone, but ruled incomplete (0:28)

Kyler Murray swings a pass out to his left and Alabama picks it up and takes it to the end zone, but the play is ruled a forward pass after review. (0:28)

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Alabama strikes first with Harris TD (0:15)

Damien Harris plows across the goal line to cap off Alabama's 75-yard opening drive. (0:15)

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Alabama avoids disaster with overturned fumble (1:06)

Alabama RB Damien Harris' fumble is overturned upon review, as his elbow hits the ground before the ball jars loose at the 1-yard line. (1:06)

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Tua throws 50-yard pass on 1st play (0:26)

Tua Tagovailoa fires a pass over the middle to DeVonta Smith for a 50-yard gain on the first play from scrimmage in the Orange Bowl. (0:26)

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Davis: Saban said Sooners' offense was toughest he's ever faced (2:08)

Rece Davis joins Scott Van Pelt to break down Alabama's win over Oklahoma and Nick Saban's difficulties with Kyler Murray. (2:08)

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Alabama's hot start key to victory (1:27)

Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler break down Alabama's win including their hot start and also put a bow on a remarkable season for Kyler Murray. (1:27)

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Saban's headset smash broken down in the Film Room (0:27)

Herm Edwards and the rest of the Film Room react to Nick Saban throwing his headset after an Alabama false start penalty. (0:27)

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Containing Murray important for Alabama's defense (3:38)

SEC Film Room breaks down the reasons why the Crimson Tide have to limit the explosive plays from the Sooners. (3:38)

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Crimson Tide defense answers the bell (2:12)

Alabama defensive linemen Quinnen Williams and Isaiah Buggs join SEC Now to discuss their team's success containing Oklahoma's offense. (2:12)

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Jacobs' physicality energizes Tide (1:59)

Alabama RB Josh Jacobs breaks down his inspired performance in the Orange Bowl win over Oklahoma. (1:59)

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Riley: 'We fought our guts out' (1:26)

Lincoln Riley reflects on the Sooners' 45-34 loss to Alabama in the Capital One Orange Bowl, saying his team proudly fought until the finish. (1:26)

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Tua says ankle 'still uncertain,' credits defense (1:17)

Despite throwing for 318 yards and four touchdowns, Tua Tagovailoa says the status of his ankle is "still uncertain." (1:17)

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Saban: 'I'm really proud of our team. It's a great win' (1:38)

Nick Saban says there's a lot Alabama needs to do to improve, but praises the Crimson Tide's focus in the Orange Bowl vs. Oklahoma. (1:38)

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Saban: 'Killed ourselves' with penalties to end 1st half (0:31)

Nick Saban says "there is no scoreboard" and Alabama needs to keep playing hard vs. Oklahoma in the second half. (0:31)

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Riley says Sooners are capable of comeback (0:21)

Lincoln Riley admits the Sooners took a while to find a rhythm, but can mount a comeback with their dynamic offense led by Kyler Murray. (0:21)