Amy Robach is having the time of her life while in Indianapolis currently reporting on the college football championship.
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The Good Morning America host left for Indiana to cover the final game between the University of Georgia Bulldogs and University of Alabama Crimson Tide.
However, she'd made her allegiance known early on and was an ardent supporter of the Bulldogs through and through.
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Joining her at the game was her husband Andrew Shue and her parents, who celebrated with her when Georgia took home the title.
Amy marked the moment with a series of very celebratory and cheerful shots of herself cozying up to Andrew as they took home the win.
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In the shots, the couple cheered for the victors while hugging one another and even shared a grand kiss as the stadium erupted into applause.
"This is what 42 years in the making looks like #victory #godawgs #hellyeah," she enthusiastically captioned the post, and her fans and colleagues could feel it.
Amy and Andrew celebrated the Bulldogs' victory with romantic new photos
"You manifested that," Dr. Jennifer Ashton wrote, with many others congratulating her and fans in the comments breaking out into cheers of: "Go dawgs!!"
Amy left fans divided when she initially revealed she'd made her way to attend the championship game after she shared pictures of herself with the two competing teams.
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As she posed alongside the University of Georgia Bulldogs, her alma mater's team, she wore a big smile and brandished pom-poms with the cheerleaders.
However, in front of the opposing team, the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide, she sported two thumbs down. Fans in the comments were divided in their support for the two teams as well.
The TV personality covered the championship game for GMA
The GMA host wore a combination of black and red to further solidify her support for Georgia, donning a figure-hugging red sweater with black stripes, a vinyl black puffer vest, and skin-tight jeans.
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