Wide receiver Richard Mullaney only played on season with the University of Alabama but walked away with a national championship.

The Oregon State graduate transfer chose the Crimson Tide for his final year of NCAA eligibility and became a key part of Lane Kiffin's passing attack. Mullaney found a role right away with Alabama and finished the season second in touchdowns (5) and tied for third in receptions (38).

On Friday night, Mullaney appeared on The Game to reflect on his short career in Tuscaloosa. During the conversation, he talked about his decision to pick Alabama, what it was like playing for Nick Saban, and playing in Lane Kiffin's offense.

You can listen to that entire interview in the video above.

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