The Alabama Crimson Tide has so many plays to look back on and plays that changed the landscape of the program's history and made them the best school in college football.

Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's pass to wide receiver Devonta Smith to win the Crimson Tide their 17th national championship in a overtime thriller will probably go down as one of the greatest plays in Alabama history, but is it the most memorable play in Alabama history?

Ryan Fowler, host of The Game, asked his Twitter followers what they think is the best and most memorable play in Crimson Tide history, and here was some of the responses.

Although the Tagovailoa pass to Smith is fresh on Alabama fans mind, some still believe the goal line stand against Penn State is still one of the most memorable plays in Alabama history.

What is your favorite play in Alabama history? To join the interaction and follow @Tide1029fm and @TheGameon1029. Don’t miss The Game with Ryan Fowler every weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m.


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