Does the Redshirt Rule Add a Twist to Alabama’s QB Competition?
The NCAA comes up with another rule that could possibly benefit Alabama, but one national college football writer believes that it could hurt Alabama at the most important position on the field.
The new red-shirt rule will allow players to play a max of four games and still be eligible for a red-shirt year, anything after four the players loses a year of eligibility. So what does that mean for the player that lose Alabama's quarterback competition?
Sports Illustrated writer Andy Staples wrote an article on the new redshirt rule adding a unique twist to the Alabama quarterback competition between Hurts and Tagovailoa.
Staples joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss the possibility of one of Alabama quarterbacks leaving if they are not the starter, how does Hurts and Tagaovailoa handle the situation, is this the toughest decision Saban's ever had to make.
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