Alabama graduate WR Richard Mullaney indicated that he has no regrets about transferring from Oregon State.
"When me and my dad were talking about the decision-making [during the transfer], we said it doesn't get any better than [Alabama]. So, that was pretty much it," said Mullaney. The 6-foot-3, 194-pound graduate caught two balls for 38 yards (including a long-catch of 22 yards) in last Saturday's season-opening win over Wisconsin. In the off-season, HC Nick Saban was complimentary of Mullaney's abilities, noting that "he's got great hands, very smart player, very instinctive, knows how to get open and is especially effective in the slot." An elbow injury sidelined him for most of last season, but given the Crimson Tide's ongoing search to replace the departed Amari Cooper with a bunch of non-Amari Coopers, it wouldn't be a surprise for Mullaney to act as a safe (if unspectacular) option for new starter Jake Coker. Alabama plays Middle Tennessee next week, with Ole Miss looming on the schedule after that. Wed, Sep 9, 2015 04:50:00 PM