TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (Al.com)- Jogging to the sideline, the expression on Jalen Hurts' face didn't change. He'd just thrown an interception on his 37th and final throw of Alabama's A-Day Game.
Still calm. No hint of distress.
A few moments later, new quarterbacks coach Dan Enos walked over to the third-year quarterback during the awards ceremony. His team lost 24-12 on a nice spring afternoon that won't be remembered for offense. It looked like the assistant was coaching Hurts through his only interception on a 19-for-37 day that included 195 yards but no touchdowns.
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