Nick Saban snaps at reporter over QB question: 'Quit asking'

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The timeshare seemingly offered clarity to what's been a polarizing QB debate since last season's College Football Playoff National Championship Game, but that didn't stop ESPN's Maria Taylor from bringing up the topic during a postgame interview with Saban.

"Well, I still like both guys", an animated Saban said.

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"I still like both guys". "Alright, so why do you continue to try and get me to say something that doesn't respect one of them?" Tagovailoa, a sophomore, got the nod over junior Jalen Hurts who has started the past 28 games for Alabama boasting a 26-2 record during that span.

Nick Saban doesn't understand why everyone is so interested in the Alabama quarterback battle.

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"Everyone had questions about who was going to start at quarterback when this game started", Taylor said.

Tagovailoa played in nine games during his freshman season, completing 63.6 percent of his passes for 636 yards and 11 touchdowns with two interceptions. Coaches will always have their trained eye on some details that may be overlooked by the common viewer, but it was clear which quarterback had the better game on Saturday night, and that was Tagovailoa. But right now, it's looking like this season could get even more uncomfortable if Saban refuses to call Tagovailoa his QB1.

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