SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports’ Dan Wolken breaks down the game of the former Crimson Tide quarterback and explains why Oklahoma is a perfect match. USA TODAY
NORMAN, Okla. – The backdrop was crimson, but the logos were different. And if everything felt a little bit off – Jalen Hurts, Oklahoma quarterback – he appears comfortably settled into the alternate reality. But he knows: “The whole shebang,” he says, is unprecedented. It will take some getting used to for everybody.
“How unique is it?” Hurts asked Wednesday, during his first interview since transferring from Alabama in January – and then answered himself by listing the improbable sequence that led him from Tuscaloosa to