In case you missed it, the Jalen Hurts story is one of those things you can’t make up. The Alabama quarterback was benched last year in the national championship game for poor play, and replaced by a freshman, Tua Tagovailoa, who inspired a great comeback victory against Georgia. Many thought Jalen would go to another school when it became clear that Tua would be this year’s starter. Instead, Jalen decided to stay at Alabama, compete for the position, get his degree, accept back-up status if he did not win the starting role, and be a positive member of the team. Then the roles reversed: in the SEC championship game Tua was injured with Alabama again behind Georgia in the second half. Now it was Jalen who came off the bench to spark an improbable victory. How is this like the Code? What lessons can you learn from this story?