Thank you, Crimson Tide A season to remember has wrapped with a disappointing end but do not despair! To paraphrase Alfred Lord Tennyson, "'tis better to have played in the National Championship Game and lost than never to have played at all."
Losing is no fun, but what an incredible season! The Jalen Hurts story is enough for two movies, a book tour, and a lifetime of motivational speeches. Tua's incredible talent isn't going anywhere. Saban will rebuild the defense likes he always does. Signing date is fast approaching in February bringing new talent. Imagine what next season will bring!
Three-star Florida cornerback Jahquez Robinson announced his commitment to Alabama Monday . . . Birmingham News
Tagovailoa enters the 2019 campaign as the starting quarterback and distributor of the football for a high-powered Alabama offense . . . Bama Online
Pierschbacher had another solid season along Alabama's offensive line, especially for a veteran player making a position change this late in his career . . . Bama Online
While Tagovailoa has never openly acknowledged it, many believe Sarkisian's hire to be a key reason Tagovailoa ended up at Alabama . . . Sports Illustrated
If Nick Saban is looking for any motivational serum this offseason he can use as motivation for spring practice following Alabama's loss to Clemson in the national championship game, it looks like he may have found it . . . Bama Online
Outside linebacker Chris Allen underwent what was described as a minor surgical procedure on his knee Thursday. The specific nature of the injury wasn't detailed . . . NBC Sports
"We are excited to be able to assemble such a talented group of coaches to develop our players both on and off the field," Saban said . . . Bama Online
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