Georgia wins double-overtime Rose Bowl thriller

7:46 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018 UGA Dawgnation
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart holds up the Rose Bowl trophy during the College Football Playoff Semifinal between Georgia and Oklahoma at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California on Monday, January 1, 2018. Hyosub Shin /

Sony Michel scored on a 27-yard touchdown run in the second overtime, giving Georgia a 54-48 victory over Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl Monday night. The Bulldogs will now play Alabama for the national championship at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium next Monday.

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It was Michel who had fumbled the ball away to give Oklahoma a defensive touchdown and a 45-38 lead in the fourth quarter. But then it was Michel, taking a direct snap, going down the left sideline to punch it in.

Alabama defeated Clemson in the Sugar Bowl Monday night. 

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