Native Alabamian Leads Southern California Offensive Attack

Alabama is in the process of auditioning quarterbacks in search of a starter for the 2016 season. The Tide faces off against Southern California in the neutral site opening game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX on Saturday, September 3rd. Coincidentally, the Trojans are in the midst of their own casting call with hopes of finding the next offensive signal caller. Former All-State quarterback and punter at Williamson HS (AL), Tee Martin, is the one of designated judges to choose the winner.

Named the USC offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach at the end of the 2015 season, he is familiar with winning football having quarterbacked the Tennessee Volunteers to the 1998 BCS Championship.  Tee Martin returned home to Alabama to be inducted into the Mobile Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2016. 

BamaMag.com caught up with the 37-year old veteran coach on Thursday evening at the Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & Spa after the festivities.  The Yellow Hammer State native spoke of the daunting task of beginning the year against defending National Championship Alabama, coaching on the West Coast, projected offensive fortunes for Southern California and the new line coach familiar to Tide fans.


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