Alabama QB Jalen Hurts Gets Standing Ovation At His Graduation
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Just because Alabama QB Jalen Hurts won't be starting against Oklahoma in the College Football Playoff, doesn't mean his fellow Crimson Tide students and fans don't appreciate what he's done for his team. Check out this standing ovation he received when he graduated from the university on Saturday...
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Death threats ? Hyperbole much ?
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So last year at this time it was death threats now this year its an ovation? What would these clowns had done had he thrown a int on his first pass vs Georgia? Dumbest fanbase ever...
Reply1 month
Guy handled his benching with class. Helped his team as he could. Kept his head in the game. Well done by all around.
Reply1 month
so now he can transfer?
Reply1 month
That's not a standing ovation Larry!
Reply1 month
I thought people had to stand for a standing ovation.
1 month
That’s so nice.
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Processed
Reply1 month
I guess the “please hold your applause until all names are read” rule only applies to some people. Pretty selfish and inconsiderate of the other graduates and their families.
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Considering that the entire place was applauding, it doesn’t seem too inconsiderate and I am guessing no one cried that their day was spoiled. It’s not like he or his family initiated it
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I was there because my future daughter-in-law was getting her Master's Degree. There was no announcement to not applaud. The scatters of applause for each graduate was not loud enough to drown out the announcer. The applause for Hurts was the exception (Jaylen Harris also had a large ovation. His parents were sitting right behind us). After the applause died down, the announcer said the name of the woman behind him again, which got a laugh. Frankly, the way he has behaved this year would make him my favorite player, if I were not contractually obliged to hate him and his team.
1 month
get the frick out of here you baby back bitch.
1 month
Congrats to him. Seems like a good guy. Best of luck to him with whatever comes his way
Reply1 month
Yes, Hurts should serve as a role model for selflessness and putting the team first. Class act and I wish him the best!!!
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