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- Tagovailoa (ankle) joins bowl practice for Tide
- Saban: Durkin observing Bama, hasn't been hired
- Alabama's 4 lead CFP crew of AP All-Americans
- Alabama flips two top DBs from Michigan, A&M
Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa, who suffered a high ankle sprain in the SEC title game, participated in Friday's bowl practice but did not take part in one footwork drill.
DJ Durkin, who was fired at Maryland in October after investigations into the death of player Jordan McNair, has been observing Alabama's operation, Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban said.
Oklahoma teammates Kyler Murray and Marquise Brown make the top 25 of the postseason top-50 ranking.
Before catching up with OU coach Lincoln Riley (12:53), Kirk Herbstreit & Ian Fitzsimmons discuss the importance of bowl season and more. Plus, a discussion on Nick Saban's healing abilities in the coaching world (37:40).
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has won the Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award. The award, which began in 2014 and went to Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, recognizes the most outstanding Polynesian college football player that “epitomizes great ability and integrity.” Tagovailoa, who grew up in Ewa Beach, Hawaii, and is of Samoan descent, has led the top-ranked Crimson Tide to a 13-0 record and a spot in the CFP semifinal at the Capital One Orange Bowl. The sophomore has throw for 3,353 yards, 37 touchdowns and four interceptions this season.
Five-star defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux will announce his college decision Saturday, and will make any team he chooses better. The question is where he'll have the best opportunity to flourish.
Kyler Murray vs. a super-talented Alabama defense. QB prospects with one last chance to impress. Watch these future NFL players this bowl season.
The Ohio State quarterback keeps rising in Mel Kiper Jr.'s latest ranking of the top prospects for next year's draft.
In addition to all-conference teams, here are the top players, coaches and freshmen from each Power 5 league.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Jake Trotter discuss Kyler Murray's Heisman win (2:39), the Sooner QB's future (11:33), Will Grier's decision to skip WVU's bowl game (17:43), another Army/Navy classic (28:30) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (33:22) and Extra Points (44:13).
The College Football Playoff semifinalists combined to place 10 players on The Associated Press All-America first team, including a high of four from No. 1 Alabama.
Kyler Murray and Quinnen Williams lead this year's college football All-America team. Who else made the cut?
Kyler Murray capped a remarkable season with the Heisman Trophy, but Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa gave him a run for his money. We look at other athletes across sports whose spectacular seasons went unrewarded.
With less than two weeks until the early signing period, Alabama flipped commitments from two of the country's top defensive back recruits, safety Daxton Hill and cornerback Jeffery Carter.
Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer
Ahead of Saturday night's Heisman Trophy presentation, Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was walking around without the boot and scooter he had been sporting earlier in the week after suffering a high ankle sprain in last weekend's SEC Championship. He was just cleared to come out of it. "It showed that we had tremendous progress with how we were moving within our treatment, and I was able to get the thumbs up to go ahead and get out of the boot."
Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray has won the Heisman Trophy as the country's top college football player in what could be his final season playing the sport.
Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray has overtaken Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as the betting favorite to win the Heisman Trophy when it's awarded Saturday night.
Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa just missed this year and should make another run, along with a couple of running backs -- and whoever starts at QB for Oklahoma.
Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg & Chris Low discuss new hires at GT & Liberty (1:03), debate awards (12:55), discuss Kyler Murray's future (17:36) break down Greg Sankey's UCF take (26:42) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (33:19) and Extra Points (42:02).