Previous Alabama running back Josh Jacobs watched out for the ambiance in the Alabama locker space ahead of the Championship game Video Game versus Clemson.
Jacobs informed NBC Sports Wednesday early morning that “you might feel” that the title video game wasn’t going to work out. Alabama lost to Clemson 44-16 on Jan. 7 as the Tigers beat the Crimson Tide for the nationwide title for the 2nd time in 3 seasons.
“Prior to the video game, the feel, you might feel it was going to be a rough one,” Jacobs stated.
Jacobs stated he likewise thought that Alabama was psychologically tired. You can see the complete interview in the video above.
“Being at a location so long after a specific quantity of time it type of endures you,” Jacobs stated. “Particularly when you play excellent groups week in and week out you get everybody’s finest shot. It type of endures you. I believe the group was simply psychologically tired.”
Nick Saban’s “procedure” has actually been declared as a big factor for his groups’ success throughout the years. However it’s likewise simple to translate Jacobs’ remarks as a sign that the “procedure” can likewise be draining pipes for everybody included.
After all, Alabama travelled to success in all however among its video games ahead of the College Football Playoff. The Tide ended up being the first string considering that 1900 to win all of its regular-season video games by more than 20 points. And Alabama played simply as numerous video games as Clemson did throughout the 2018 season. The Tigers didn’t enter into the champion any fresher than Alabama did.
Jacobs, a junior in 2018, had 11 brings for 47 lawns and a catch for 16 lawns in the title video game. He hurried for 640 lawns and 11 goals in 2018 and will likely be an early-round choice in the 2019 NFL draft.
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Nick Bromberg is an author for Yahoo Sports.
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