Nick Saban was 'not disappointed' in Jalen Hurts' play in spring game

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With fellow QB Tua Tagovailoa out due to injury, Hurts had an opportunity to give himself a bump up in the competition.

On the other side, Hurts completed 19 of 37 passes for 195 yards and one interception. Meanwhile, Bulovas, who was the kicker for both the Crimson and White teams, finished the day connecting on 5-of-7 field goals, including netting 48- and 49-yard attempts. The former three star quarterback threw for 289 yards and a pair of touchdowns which lead to him winning the A-Day Offensive MVP Honors. ".two years. I mean the third team quarterback can move the team right down the field throwing the ball". They were better in pass protection and production in performance, which is why they won the game.

Coach Saban however claims that he is not dissapointed in Hurt's performance but instead he feels that today's game was more of a testament to the starting defense and lack of protection. "I think we've got some guys that can rush a little bit".

"I was not disappointed in the way Jalen [Hurts] played", Saban said.

Senior defensive lineman Raekwon Davis received the Dwight Stephenson Award (Most Valuable Lineman of the A-Day Game), after ending the contest with eight tackles and two sacks. Marks had 85 yards and a score, whole Townsend had 65 yards and a touchdown. For the second-team line, sophomore LaBryan Ray added two sacks and four tackles while sophomore linebacker Chris Allen also recorded two sacks.

"All in all, we made a lot of progress this spring".

"Jalen made some good plays in the game, made some good throws".

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