Alabama’s Tagovailoa improves in football, if not Fortnite

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TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Tua Tagovailoa is once again routinely putting up big numbers, making few mistakes and mostly sitting out the fourth quarters.
The quarterback for second-ranked Alabama has remained efficient as ever and produced big plays and zero interceptions in his second season as the starter going into Saturday’s game with Mississippi. As impressive as Tagovailoa has been, coach Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide teammates say Tagovailoa has found ways to improve while in some ways being overshadowed by quarterbacks like Oklahoma star Jalen Hurts and LSU’s ascendant Joe Burrow .
Tagovailoa’s passing numbers are better across the board than at this point last year, when he shared some time with Hurts.

“I think this year he’s a lot more confident,” Saban said. “I think he does a better job and has a better understanding of what the defense is trying to do. I think that just elevates his ability to make good choices and decisions, not that he ever made bad ones before. I don’t mean it that way.
“He’s got good

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