Alabama’s Jalen Hurts started college football’s National Championship Game but struggled in the first half and was replaced by freshman Tua Tagovailoa to open the second half. Tagovailoa was named Offensive MVP after throwing 3 touchdown passes in a 26-23 overtime comeback win over Georgia. More importantly was the way in which Hurts accepted his demotion to the sideline. Rather than sulking or expressing his hurt and disappointment in being taken out, Hurts became the number one cheerleader for his replacement, standing with Tua on the sideline between plays, encouraging him, and offering advice. In a game where athletes are quick to strut or to sulk, it was great seeing Hurts able to demonstrate the maturity to swallow his pride and to place “team goals ahead of personal goals.”Can you think of other examples like this?