Stay or go? QBs Kelly Bryant and Jalen Hurts take different paths with new redshirt rule
Two quarterbacks at top programs take different paths after losing the starting job
Clemson's Kelly Bryant and Alabama's Jalen Hurts were at the helm of two of the most successful programs last year, and although they both lost their jobs to backups, their paths are turning out very differently. Clemson after this season, .
Hurts, of course, really lost his job after last year's College Football National Championship Game, when Tua Tagovailoa came in to lead Alabama to a thrilling comeback over Georgia. to true freshman Trevor Lawrence. Bryant, a senior, the NCAA's new transfer rule. He'll be able to play as a redshirt senior next year, as the new rule allows players to
On Thursday's "Off the Bench" podcast, Danny Kanell and Raja Bell are joined by Brady Quinn to talk about the transfer rules. They also talk about the paths that Hurts and Bryant have taken, along with how Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney -- two of the best coaches in the country right now -- have handled their respective situations. Finally, the trio touches on the future for both of these quarterbacks.
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