The Georgia Bulldogs took down the Alabama Crimson Tide 33-18 in the College Football National Championship on Monday night in Indianapolis. It’s Georgia’s first national title since 1980.

Georgia actually trailed Alabama 18-13 in the fourth quarter, but the Bulldogs scored 20 unanswered points in the game’s final eight minutes and nine seconds.

With roughly one minute remaining, Georgia led 26-18, but Alabama had a drive in the works at the Bulldogs’ 44-yard line. However, a Bryce Young pass downfield was intercepted by Georgia’s Kelee Ringo, and that turned into a 79-yard pick-six to put the game away.

First, here’s how the pick-six looked and sounded on the ESPN broadcast with Chris Fowler on the call:

And here’s the call from Scott Howard of the Georgia Bulldogs Sports Radio Network:

How about the losing side? Here’s how the pick-six sounded on Alabama radio:

Related: Everyone loved Kirby Smart’s pick-six reaction

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