Paul Finebaum/ESPN.ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum believes the Heisman Trophy voting might have gone differently if there wasn’t a bias against one of the finalists.Finebaum revealed this morning that he voted for Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. The ESPN analyst believes an anti-Alabama bias ended up hurting the Crimson Tide’s star QB.There’s an “Alabama fatigue” outside of Tuscaloosa.“When you’re outside of that bubble, you hear it all the time,” Finebaum said on WJOX. “People around the country are intrigued by Alabama. The first half of the season, Nick Saban and Tua were the biggest conversation pieces when I went from place to place along the way. And I think as the season wore on, people started to question is he as good as we thought and was the opposition all that stout … in the end, the statistics back up that he played far better competition than Kyler Murray.“The national media controls the narrative. There’s definitely Alabama fatigue and I think outside of a very small quadrant of the country, people will be pulling against Nick Saban. That probably hurt Tua. I think what hurt him most was getting hurt in the most important game.”That’s probably a pretty fair assessment. Both Tua and Kyler (and Dwayne Haskins) were deserving of the award.Alabama and Oklahoma will get to settle things on the field in a couple of weeks. The Crimson Tide and the Sooners are set to meet in the College Football Playoff on Dec. 29.