For the first time since 1980, the Georgia Bulldogs are national champions of college football.

Thanks in part to a brilliant touchdown catch by Adonai Mitchell with 8 minutes to go and a score by Brock Bowers with a shade over 3-and-a-half minutes remaining—and a massive defensive effort in the 4th quarter—the Bulldogs defeated Alabama 33-18 in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in Indianapolis. Kelee Ringo’s pick-6 of Bryce Young with less than a minute to play put an exclamation point on a historic night.

Georgia hadn’t beaten Alabama in 7 previous tries before Monday evening. Kirby Smart was 0-4 against Nick Saban prior to the Dawgs’ championship triumph. Not even a controversial fumble call that went the way of the Tide that led to them taking an 18-13 lead early in the 4th would stop the Bulldogs, who pitched a shutout the rest of the way.

And now the bitter thoughts of 2nd-and-26 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta 5 years ago are distant memories as Georgia fans can celebrate their first title in over 4 decades. It’s the program’s 3rd overall, joining the 1942 and 1980 teams.

Here’s the reaction from Dawgs fans as they celebrated a night to remember: