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By Laken LitmanFOX Sports College Football WriterIn order for Georgia to beat Alabama and win its first national championship in 41 years, something momentous needed to happen.And it did."You guys kicked our ass in the fourth quarter," Nick Saban told Kirby Smart when the mentor and mentee shook hands at midfield afterward. Georgia had just beaten Alabama 33-18, giving Smart his first win over his old boss in five tries, his first College Football Playoff National Championship as head coach of his alma mater and the Bulldogs’ first national championship in more than four decades.Georgia had not beaten Alabama since 2007, Saban’s first year in Tuscaloosa. The Bulldogs had four sacks and two interceptions, and Young was clearly uncomfortable at times."They switched some things up," said Young, who went 35-for-57 for 369 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions Monday.Added Smart: "We wanted to affect Bryce."Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett didn’t look much more comfortable. And Bennett delivered, going 17-for-26 for 224 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions.Before leaving Alabama for Georgia in 2015, Smart was an assistant for Saban for 11 years, which included time at LSU and with the Miami Dolphins.

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