Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier stopped to talk at Sun Life Stadium after the Crimson Tide’s 42-14 victory over Notre Dame. So how did Alabama put together such a dominant offensive performance?
For the individual perspective on Doug Nussmeier, AJ McCarron can speak to the University of Alabama offensive coordinator’s first-year impact on the Crimson Tide as well as anyone. The second-year quarterback believes Nussmeier’s handprint on the offense is evident in his passing statistics.
When Jim McElwain left Alabama to become head coach at Colorado State, one of the early names to surface as McElwain’s replacement as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator for the Crimson Tide was Doug Nussmeier, who had those titles at Washington. A call to our Scout.com affiliate in Seattle resulted in an interesting assessment of Nussmeier.