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Jalen vs Alabama
It seems like the stage is set for Hurts to transfer to the team of his choice after he graduates in December.
I heard a really interesting take on the SDS podcast yesterday... One of the hosts had this idea. Would Jalen consider quitting the team? If so he could retain a year of eligibility, graduate and transfer anywhere, AND be able to play immediately for 2 years. If his goal is to play ball at the next level, then this may be his best path to making that happen. Go to a team like Texas (where he's from), Tennessee (If he's into that kind of thing), Auburn (just to rub it in Little Saint Nick's face), or even Florida (just hypothetical don't roast me pls. He wouldn't bring them close to contending for the East). I know that he's not going to be okay with coming in during garbage time like Eason did for us last season, and you know if Nick had his way, he would get Hurts over that 4 game mark to take away a Redshirt Year possibility.
Where in the SEC would he not immediately start in the 2019 season besides Georgia and Miss St. The teams listed above would be **** to not let a 25-2 QB start for them.