Crimson Tide fans are on the verge of seeing something not seen since the year legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant retired.
The Bengals selected former LSU wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase and the Dolphins selected former Alabama receiver Jaylen Waddle.
The New England Patriots got knocked from playoff contention for the first time in 12 seasons, but that's not what made Tagovailoa's performance Sunday for the Dolphins a rare occurrence.
Herbert could match a record set by Kurt Warner, Patrick Mahomes and Deshaun Watson, while Tagovailoa has a milestone made by Lamar Jackson in his sight.
The Miami Dolphins this week did the most Miami Dolphins thing that a team could do. And it broke the heart of their former starting quarterback who has a Harvard education.
Though he didn't have gaudy stats, he excited the crowd. Oh, and he's completed 100 percent of his passes so far.
Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa are the big winners from Thursday night, but it was a difficult day for Big Ten edge rushers and Aaron Rodgers.
Tagovailoa will have a month of full workouts before his pro day on April 9, which is scheduled two weeks before the NFL draft.
"If you're saying to me, if I can choose what team I want to play on, as far as my favorite team growing up, then I probably tell you the Cowboys," former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said during an interview.
NFL Network analysts say Tua Tagovailoa, Joe Burrow, Dak Prescott and one NFL backup are more sought-after than Tom Brady, one of the all-time greats in the league.
Tagovailoa announced on Monday he will forego his final year in college in order to enter the NFL draft in April.
Most mock drafts still consider the Alabama quarterback a top-five prospect, despite the season-ending injury he suffered in November.
At a press conference, the Crimson Tide quarterback spoke about the season-ending hip injury he suffered.
Former NFL executive Mike Tannenbaum spoke to ESPN about how the injury suffered by the Alabama quarterback could affect his draft stock.
Alabama's quarterback may have played his final game for the Crimson Tide after suffering a dislocated hip on Saturday in the win over Mississippi State.
Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was injured in the second quarter of Saturday's game against Mississippi, after recovering from a sprained ankle in October.
While appearing on Fox Sports "The Herd" former NFL quarterback and NFL insider, Trent Dilfer talked about Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and how he compares to his fellow college quarterbacks.
A high ankle injury like Tua Tagovailoa's usually has players sidelined for two months, but the Alabama quarterback is already back on his feet following the "tightrope" procedure.
The younger of the two brothers is a four-star recruit and the number four dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2019.
The Tide head coach is famously stony-faced.
"A legend is born!"