You won't find many people that were prepared for what would end up happening in the national championship game. Sure, many predicted an Alabama victory, but who thought the comeback would have been led by true freshman Tua Tagovailoa.

Head coach Nick Saban made the move at halftime to replace starter Jalen Hurts for the inexperienced Tagovailoa, but the Hawaii native threw for three touchdowns in the second half and overtime to pull off the incredible victory over Georgia.

After the game, former Alabama fullback Martin Houston shared his thoughts on what he witnessed Monday night during his show, The Blitz. Houston explained why the change was made and what it means for the future of the quarterback position in Tuscaloosa.

Listen to the full segment above to get all of his thoughts on one of the most memorable - if not improbable - performances in championship game history.