WATCH: Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa takes part in traditional Samoan dance
What can’t Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa do?
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We know he can spin it on the gridiron, but he can also play the ukulele and, now, dance.
That’s right. During a parade celebrating Tagovailoa in Ewa Beach, Hawaii, the Crimson Tide QB took part in a traditional Samoan dance, as shared on Twitter by Simone Eli of CBS42.
Tagovailoa is now a celebrity in Hawaii and the college football world, but that almost didn’t happen. Tagovailoa revealed that if the national championship game didn’t play out the way it did — he played the entire second half — that he would have transferred.
MUST WATCH: Tua Tagovailoa’s moves go well beyond the football field! Traditional Samoan dance from @Tuaamann_ is pretty dang cool! #RollTide #Alabama pic.twitter.com/XbKz2Lcnh6
— Simone Eli (@SimoneEli_TV) May 20, 2018