Although Alabama freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa didn't start any games last season, he made every moment he was on the field a must watch, especially in the biggest game of the year.

With every throw that leaves Tagovailoa's arm, Alabama fans rejoice on the future at the quarterback position and the potential he can bring to new offensive coordinator Mike Locksley new offensive scheme.

Former Mississippi State quarterback Matt Wyatt watched every throw from Tagovailoa since arriving at Alabama, and he broke down each pass. He joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss what he saw in Tagovailoa's skill-set and also his thoughts on the quarterback battle in Tuscaloosa this upcoming spring and how was Mississippi State's defense able to contain Jalen Hurts throughout the game.

To watch Wyatt breakdown Tua's throws, check out his Twitter page @RadioWyatt. For more of Wyatt's analysis, make sure you watch the video above the article.

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