Jalen Hurts could not have picked a better situation to transfer into than finishing off his accomplished college football career with the Oklahoma Sooners.

Prior to Tua Tagovailoa captivating the college football world in the second half of last year’s 26-23 national championship win against Georgia, which he capped off in spectacular fashion by tossing the game-winning 41-yard touchdown pass in overtime and finishing with 166 passing yards, three scoring strikes and game MVP honors, Jalen Hurts was the big man on Alabama’s campus.

In 28 games, Hurts’ record as a starter was 26-2. During his two seasons as the starting quarterback, he won an SEC Offensive Player of the Year award as a true freshman and threw for a combined 4,861 yards and 40 touchdowns to augment his 1,809 rushing yards and 21 additional scores on the ground.


Read more