Saban says Alabama could employ two quarterback system next season between Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa
The Alabama quarterback has a new look. Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts is rocking a bit of a new look these days. On Sunday, Hurts posted a picture of his new hairdo, which is now without the dreadlocks he usually rocked for two seasons in Tuscaloosa. The Deal Was If We Won The Natty, The Locs Had To Come Off lol. Show More Summary
Monday’s College Football Playoff national championship provided everything that college football fans wanted: a defensive battle, a comeback, overtime and an unsung hero. That unsung hero was Alabama freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Tagovailoa came in during the second half of the game to...
The freshman started over Hurts in the 2nd half of the National Championship. It’s been just three days since Alabama beat Georgia in the National Championship 23-20 on Monday night, but the hype hasn’t died down surrounding true freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Show More Summary
There’s no I in Tua.
Tagovailoa replaced Hurts and led Alabama to a victory in the title game
Alabama’s quarterbacks stick together.
Jalen Hurts could aspire to be the next Hines Ward.
Kiffin hit a number of different topics on FOX Sports Radio on Wednesday.
It was, as Mike Vaccaro writes in the New York Post, "one of the most devastating public benchings we'll ever see." He's referring to Alabama coach Nick Saban's decision to lift starting QB Jalen Hurts at halftime in the college championship and put in freshman Tua Tagovailoa, who then led...
SportsPulse: Nick Saban made the decision to bench Jalen Hurts during Monday's epic National Championship Game. Here's how Saban explained the decision to his starting quarterback at halftime.
The college football world got introduced to Tua Tagovailoa on Monday night. Alabama’s freshman quarterback replaced two-year starter Jalen Hurts at halftime and led the Crimson Tide to a national title, throwing the game-winning TD pass in overtime. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Last night’s National Championship Game between Georgia and Alabama was shocking for a number of reasons – the overtime game winner, the missed field goal at the end of regulation, the crazy big plays, etc. etc. But the most shocking...Show More Summary
Alabama beat Georgia, 26-23, in the college football championship on Monday. Alabama freshman backup quarterback Tua Tagovailoa led the team to the win, sparking a comeback after being inserted into the game in the second half. After...Show More Summary
How many people would react like that?
The Tide beat the Dawgs in OT, 26-23, in an instant, weird classic. Alabama benched a QB with two career Playoff wins for a true freshman... and it worked. Tua Tagovailoa took over for a struggling Jalen Hurts at halftime and immediately...Show More Summary
Alabama went with a change at quarterback in a potential desperation move in the national championship
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Pulling starter Jalen Hurts for freshman Tua Tagovailoa was a risk, but maybe it wasn't. Alabama needed a spark to win the game. And got it.