ESPN’s Ian Fitzsimmons Shares His Thoughts on Alabama’s Quarterback Competition
As the Alabama Crimson Tide approaches fall camp next week, the quarterback competition between Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts continues to be the conversation heading into August.
During SEC Media Days in Atlanta, Nick Saban didn't provide any more details on where the competition stands going into fall camp.
"I think it all will be determined," Saban said when asked about the competition. "Everything you just asked me will be determined by what the players do, the rest of the summer, how they win the team, what they do in fall camp. And I'm not making any predetermined decisions about that."
"So, they need to continue to compete, like every other person at every other position on our team is competing. And I love both guys. They're both really good competitors. They are really good people. They are good leaders. They both make great contribution to our team. They are very well liked. So somebody's got to win the team, and however these guys can help the team, I hope they are both committed to staying and doing that."
Ian Fitzsimmons, co-host of Freddie and Fitzsimmons on ESPN Radio, joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss being on the sideline for the national championship game, shares his thoughts on the quarterback competition, could Jalen Hurts brought back the Crimson Tide in the second half of the national championship game.
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