Nick Saban is getting sick and exhausted of fielding questions about Alabama's quarterback situation. Tagovailoa, a sophomore, got the nod over junior Jalen Hurts who has started the past 28 games for Alabama boasting a 26-2 record during that span.
"I still like both guys", Saban responded. Taylor was absolutely right to ask the question in her postgame interview on the field, whether Saban likes it or not.
Tagovailoa played in nine games during his freshman season, completing 63.6 percent of his passes for 636 yards and 11 touchdowns with two interceptions.
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Nick Saban has worked very hard not to name a starting quarterback.
"Well, I still like both guys", Saban said.
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The Alabama Crimson Tide kicked off their defense of last season's national title with a 51-14 drubbing of Louisville. "So why do you continually try to get me to say something that doesn't respect one of 'em? I'm not going to, so quit askin".
Saban said after Saturday's win he would continue to use both quarterbacks going forward.
Maybe Saban gets the privilege of holding both up as "starters" thanks to his status, but he can't pull the wool over the country's eyes when he's clearly giving more run to Tagovailoa.
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He's a very talented player and the time will become right for him to leave here and go on and take the next steps in his career".