Jalen HurtsTalks To College GamDay About Being Benched For Tua Tagovailoa At Alabama
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ESPN’s College GameDay had a great interview with Oklahoma star QB Jalen Hurts that aired on Saturday morning. Among other things, Hurts talks about being benched for QB Tua Tagovailoa while at Alabama...
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What a trooper. I mean, its not like he transferred to Vanderbilt and now they are in the mix for the title. He has played with and for, 2 of the best programs in the history of college football. Lets not start giving him humanitarian awards for his amazing heroics. He has barely been touched in his career. People are so easily manipulated. Transferring is not heroic. Players these days are so spoiled. Transfer portal? NCAA free agency? If you transfer, you have to sit a year. That should still be the rule.
Reply14 months
He was a graduate transfer. Just like our very own Joe Burrow. He fulfilled his commitment to Alabama and chose to use his one remaining year of eligibility to actually play football rather than watch 90% of the season.
14 months
He really should not feel any resentments at all because if this had not have happened, he wouldn't be as unique of a player as he is. He actually now will have a very good shot at competing as a starter at the next level. I'm not so sure he would have if he had been the sole starting QB at Alabama had all this not happened.
Reply14 months
well the interview won me over. the guys a class act .
Reply14 months
Honestly, he got lucky. He gets to get artificially high numbers against Big12 defenses. It beats the hell out of facing SEC defenses on a weekly basis.
Reply14 months
"I'm the only person that's been walked in my shoes" @ 3:42 :lol:
Reply14 months
In the way everyone is moving around, this kid should win the Heisman because of how he did it the right way.
Reply14 months
Nothing but class. Hope he wins the Heisman.
Reply14 months
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