SEC Network college football analyst Chris Doering told the truth, or at least his version of the truth, on the segment “Tell The Truth” on SEC This Morning on Monday with co-host Peter Burns.

Doering is paid not to hold back on Monday mornings like this, in the aftermath of an overtime loss like the one Alabama suffered to LSU on Saturday night at Death Valley.

His take was telling and brutally honest.

“Alabama’s teammates around Bryce Young need to look in the mirror and take responsibility for not letting one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of college football win a national championship as a starter,” Doering said. “Bryce Young has been Superman for this team all year long.”

On Saturday night, Young once again tried to will the Crimson Tide to victory against the Tigers, and he very nearly did. But Bama lost again, slipping to 7-2 overall and 4-2 in the SEC, while it saw its national championship hopes dashed at the hands of Brian Kelly and LSU.

“I feel bad for Bryce Young, the guy that has a seven-figure NIL deal, that guy that has a Heisman Trophy, the guy that is going to be drafted in the top 10,” added Doering. “Those around you, Bryce, have failed you, and you will not end up winning a national championship that you so deserve.”