After the spectacular performance in the national championship by true freshman Tua Tagovailoa, the world of college football now knows his name.

Down in Tuscaloosa, Alabama coaches already knew about Tuagovailoa's talents and utilized him in a reserve role throughout the season until that final half of football. The Hawaiian threw for three touchdowns and orchestrated a championship comeback that will be talked about for decades.

Former Mississippi State quarterback turned analyst Matt Wyatt spent hours looking through every pass of Tagovailoa's season to evaluate his first year and get a better understanding of his strengths. He joined Travis Reier on Southern Fried Sports to share what he learned from watching the film.

The two also spent some time discussing the challenge ahead for the Alabama coaches: how do you effectively utilize two quarterbacks in 2018.

Check out that entire conversation in the video below to hear his insight on the freshman quarterback.