Teen Temps to Greet Bama and Georgia in Indianapolis

It’ll soon be title time for Alabama and Georgia.
News 12’s Angela Moryan made her way to Indianapolis Thursday to begin our coverage. She found the temps about as low as the points allowed from the Tide and Dawgs defenses.

Angie: I made it were in Indianapolis for the national championship and I got to say I don’t think I’ve ever been this cold in my entire life my phone reading 18° right now however I’m just glad that there’s no snow like there was on the drive up if you guys of been paying attention to the weather in Nashville Bowling Green Louisville pretty much all of Kentucky has been slammed by a intense snow storm all day today be careful Georgia and Alabama fans when you’re coming up to the game make sure you check the road conditions and the weather because it’s going to be freezing for the rest of the week up here in Indianapolis one Georgia coach in particular is from the Midwest he says he seems like he’s left one thing behind.

Said UGA offensive coordinator Todd Monken: “Well I don’t miss the cold so that part of it not excited about. I’m excited to see them play. This doesn’t come around very often this opportunity like this. I think our guys are excited.”

Angie: thankfully for the southern boys of Alabama and Georgia national championship will be played inside an enclosed Lucas oil stadium both teams arrive tomorrow I’ll be live at the airport for their arrivals so stick with News 12 for full national championship coverage all the way to Tuesday

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