Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts has had a heck of a career. He started at Alabama, winning the SEC’s Offensive Player of the Year award as a true freshman.

Then, as a sophomore, he led the Tide to the national title game. Yes, he was replaced by Tua Tagovailoa in the second half, but he was a star for that team.

Then, following the 2018 season, he decided to become a graduate transfer and play for Oklahoma. All he did this year was finish in second place in the Heisman Trophy race.

The final touchdown of his career came in a loss to LSU in Saturday’s Peach Bowl, but like many of Hurts’ touchdowns, it was an impressive effort:

Hurts finished the game with 217 passing yards, 43 rushing yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. He’ll be remembered for a long time to come in both Tuscaloosa and Norman.