Even if Jalen Hurts is on the field for Alabama next season, it won't look the same. That's because the Crimson Tide QB has cut his signature dreadlocks, fulfilling an apparent promise he made if Alabama on the national championship. The man who is 27-2 as a starter might be able to hide in plain sight in Tuscaloosa. Or even on the sideline.
Alabama's Jalen Hurts lost his QB job, and now his dreadlocks
Michigan Live | Jan 22