Watch Stephen A. Smith Rip Into Alabama QB Jalen Hurts For Criticizing His Coaches
Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith has some harsh words for Alabama QB Jalen Hurts on First Take Monday. Here was Smith's reaction to Hurts criticizing the Crimson Tide coaching staff for the way they handled their QB situation...



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17 Comments
First time that arse bag has sounded intelligent in quite a while.
Reply7 months
Hurts is garbage
Reply7 months
Butt Hurts didn't do himself any favors with the gump staff with that interview.
Reply7 months
Does the Stephen A bot have an OFF button?
Reply7 months
Hurts quit evolving mid-season last year. If Tua rising up dont light a fire under his azz nothing will.
Reply7 months
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frick no, Larry. You can watch that stupid SOB if you want.
Reply7 months
Why are you yelling?
Reply7 months
Hurts- LSU lock
Reply7 months
Smith is unwatchable with all that animated hollering.
Reply7 months
This proves that espn hates LSU. He’s obviously hasn’t taken the time to watch Jefferson, Jennings, and that guy that transferred to USL.
Reply7 months
Steven A. Smith using hyperbole and exaggerating? Never in a million years.
Reply7 months
If Hurts felt that bad about Saban not sitting down and discussing his status then he should have transferred. End of story.
Reply7 months
Nah, there was definitely a worse QB performance in the history of CFB and it wasn't that long ago.
Reply7 months
He's right but that Steven A Smith guy gets under my skin with all his hollering and preacher talk. He should learn to talk more calm like Finebomb.
Reply7 months
He ain't wrong. Hurts is a horrible passer. He may be 25-2 but a deaf blind mute paraplegic could get 25 wins surrounded by the talent Alabama has.
Reply7 months
Starting to eat their own.
Reply7 months
Thank you, Captain Obvious.
Reply7 months
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