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Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa improves in football, if not Fortnite

Tua Tagovailoa is once again routinely putting up big numbers, making few mistakes and mostly sitting out the fourth quarters. The quarterback for second-ranked Alabama has remained efficient as ever and produced big plays and zero interceptions in his second season as the starter going into Saturday’s game with Mississippi.

Veteran quarterbacks abound in SEC, led by Tua Tagovailoa, Jake Fromm

It is the year of the veteran quarterback in the Southeastern Conference. Tua Tagovailoa and Jake Fromm are the headliners, but the league is loaded with experienced passers with double-digit starts under their belts at their current school or elsewhere. Eight starters return at the position and as many as five graduate transfers could be leading offenses.

Former Alabama QB Jalen Hurts transferring to Oklahoma

Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts has decided to transfer to Oklahoma. Hurts made the announcement in a story in the Players’ Tribune. He will be available immediately as a graduate transfer. Hurts led Alabama to a pair of national championship games before Tua Tagovailoa took over as the starter for the Crimson Tide. His announcement comes two days after Oklahoma’s Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Kyler Murray declared himself eligible for the NFL draft.

Heisman Trophy: Stock soared for 1st-time starting QBs

Heisman Trophy finalists Tua Tagovailoa of Alabama, Kyler Murray of Oklahoma and Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State were on Wall Street to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange on a day the Dow closed down 558 points.

Tua Tagovailoa produces everything but singular Heisman moment

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has really had that one Heisman moment this season. He was hurt and not quite himself in the Southeastern Conference championship game. The quarterback was sidelined with a high ankle sprain for the climactic minutes of the top-ranked Crimson Tide’s comeback, 35-28 win over No. 5 Georgia. His teammates say Tagovailoa hasn’t needed a so-called Heisman moment to show he’s “the best player in the country.”

Who is Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and why wasn’t he playing all season?

Sometimes, it pays to wait and watch, biding your time until you can show the world just what you can do. For Tua Tagovailoa, his chance came on college football’s biggest stage, when Alabama coach Nick Saban decided at halftime to replace quarterback Jalen Hurts with his freshman from Hawaii, a guy who had been offered a scholarship only after Jake Fromm flipped his commitment to Georgia.

Alabama defeats Georgia for national championship

Tua Tagovailoa connected with DeVonta Smith for a 41-yard touchdown pass in overtime and Alabama defeated Georgia 26-23 in the College Football Playoff championship game on Monday night.