Alabama football: Tide’s 2 quarterbacks continue to support any other

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Supporting any other

By now, everybody knows what happened with Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts. Tagovailoa entered a inhabitant championship, and won a diversion for a Crimson Tide while replacing Hurts. Despite Hurts being 25-2 as a starter in his career, some fans have unsuccessful to commend his efforts during Alabama’s deteriorate since of how Tagovailoa finished a game.

On Thursday, Tagovailoa had a message for those criticizing Hurts. It continued to uncover a support that those dual uncover for any other, and a attribute they’ve built over a season.

In other headlines…

  • The date for Alabama’s inhabitant championship march has been set for Jan. 20 during 2 p.m. CT. The full sum are here.
  • As prolonged as Alabama has manager Nick Saban, it should suffer some-more success than Georgia.
  • Alabama basketball ensure Collin Sexton is on a John Wooden Award’s midseason tip 25 list.
  • SEC Shorts done a waggish video about a adore event between Alabama and a College Football Playoff.

Declaring for a draft

Alabama had five juniors abandon their comparison seasons and announce for a 2018 NFL Draft. Wide receiver Calvin Ridley, defensive lineman Da’Ron Payne, using behind Bo Scarbrough as good as safeties Ronnie Harrison and Minkah Fitzpatrick will enter a draft. Five players are a many to announce in one year underneath manager Nick Saban.

Not everybody motionless to leave, however. Defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs will stay for his comparison season. Buggs played his initial deteriorate for Alabama this year after transferring from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He had 51 sum tackles and 1.5 sacks this season.

Dealing with a thief

Alabama apparently had an engaging week. The group won a inhabitant pretension in pell-mell fashion, and had copiousness of off-the-field storylines to follow. Thursday, that week became even some-more interesting. According to reports, defensive line manager Karl Dunbar had his trek stolen while in Atlanta. The trek contained a playbook, along with $1,320, dual cellphones, an iPod, a passport, sunglasses and reading glasses.

Around a Capstone

Alabama soccer combined Nicole Strahl to the program.

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