Watch out, Kirk Herbstreit. You've got competition.
It goes without saying the love for Alabama football runs deep in its home state. That emotion trickles down to the kids who grow up rooting for the Crimson Tide and 10-year-old Jackson Way is no different.
WHNT-TV in Huntsville, Alabama, discovered Jackson on Tuesday morning while covering the Crimson Tide's return to Tuscaloosa. Asked about the game, the 10-year-old offered some in-depth analysis of Alabama's 26-23 overtime win against Georgia in the College Football Playoff National Championship presented by AT&T.
Jackson offered his thoughts on the team's effort, why coach Nick Saban made the switch from Jalen Hurts to Tua Tagovailoa at quarterback and the potential for a rotation between the two passers next season.
It appears this kid might have a bright future either as a coach or an analyst.