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by Larry LeoMay 23, 2019
© Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Well, there's an annoymous SEC coach out there chirping about Alabama star QB Tua Tagovailoa as we head into the 2019 season. Any guesses as to who this is? Per SaturdayDownSouth...
In Lindy’s Sports season preview magazine, there was a doozy of a comment made by an anonymous coach about Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa.
Per this coach, Tagovailoa put himself ahead of the team in the title game and he things the rising junior quarterback needs to humble himself (via 247Sports):
“I think Tua needs to humble himself,” the anonymous coach said. “I think he did some bad things in the bowl game that cost the team because he put himself ahead of the team. He needs to understand Alabama won national championships by playing great defense and special teams and not beating itself. In the national championship game, the quarterback play was atrocious, and some would say the play-calling, too.”
Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com
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