After Alabama won this year's college football National Championship on Monday night with a game-winning 41 yard touchdown in overtime, Saban referred to the passing play as "Seattle" and the page from the Crimson Tide playbook including the play was tweeted out.
The pass play that won Alabama the 2018 #NationalChampionship over Georgia.— Brady Grayvold (@CoachGrayvold) January 9, 2018
You heard Nick Saban reference to it as "Seattle", and here it is from the Alabama Playbook. 4 Verts ran out of 3x1, with the Y player told to attack far Safety at 20 yards opp. hash vs 2 High Safeties. pic.twitter.com/hK64KRQCAW
First off, you're welcome, Nick. Happy to lend you our city name to win your sixth National Championship. Washington Huskies quarterback Jake Browning then joked about the page of the playbook being tweeted out and what would happen if a page from tweeted from UW's...
If parts of our playbook were tweeted out like this coach Pete would be close to just spontaneously combust into thin air out of anger https://t.co/Ru0l3vmrXh— Jake Browning (@jake_browning) January 9, 2018
And in case you've been living under a rock, watch the final play that won the title for Alabama below, featuring broadcast calls from ESPN, Alabama Radio, Georgia Radio, Spanish Radio, and Russian TV.