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Former Alabama Quarterback Greg McElroy: Nick Saban Yells After Wins, Not Losses

JLS Media For as much attention as Nick Saban and Alabama gets, as outside fans, we don’t know that much about the specifics of his coaching style. We hear little things here and there from current and former players, but he’s not very open with how he gets it done at Alabama.  Greg McElroy, who spent much of last week working SEC Media Days for ESPN, was asked about how much...
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Nick Saban on what Lane Kiffin brings to Alabama football program.

Hail Saban!Lane Kiffin. Photo via is Lane Kiffin working out as Alabama's offensive coordinator? Alabama head coach Nick Saban described what former USC head coach is bringing to the Crimson Tide football program. "Well, I think anytime anybody has knowledge and experience, it certainly contributes a lot of value in your organization," Saban said. "...
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Did Texas offer Saban $100 million plus?

Reportedly The University of Texas were willing to offer Nick Saban $100 million to leave Alabama and coach the Longhorns. Paul Finebaum has a book coming out where he claims that Texas was willing to give Saban $100 million to leave the Crimson Tide and head the program in Austin.  The title of the book which Finebaum co-wrote with Gene Wojciechowski is “My Conference Can Beat...
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Nick Saban press conference maligned by heavy breathing

The SEC Media Days were almost over. Steve Spurrier and Les Miles had already spoken and Alabama coach Nick Saban was the biggest name still remaining on the docket. Saban arrived in his usual fanfare and his speech was off to a fine start, referencing the team’s progress and the upcoming season. Just as the coach delved into his piece about steering troubled players onto the right...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban Rubs Some Fans the Wrong Way With Recent Comment

Alabama head coach Nick Saban knows football. Yeah, his NFL game didn't pan out, but with the success he has had in college it would not be shocking if there was a trophy named after him someday.  On the field, off the field, and on the recruiting trail he has proven time and time again to be one of--if not the--best.However, a comment he made during SEC Media Days has made...
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Nick Saban On Life As A Grandpa, Will His Granddaughter Have Access To His Little Debbie’s Jar?

There aren’t many things Nick Saban loves more than Little Debbie’s Snack Cakes. The Alabama coach eats two oatmeal cream pies for breakfast every morning, after all. The adoration the 62-year-old has for his recently born granddaughter tops the lust he has for the tasty desert, though. Saban’s granddaughter, born last December, will have access to the coach’s stash.  ...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban: Tennessee Fans “Don’t Like Lane (Kiffin) Because He Did A Good Job And They Didn’t Want Him To Leave”

The other fanbases in the SEC probably don’t have much love for Nick Saban, but they generally have to respect the man that has turned Alabama into the best program in the country. When Saban speaks football, he’s generally pretty spot on. However, when it comes to his new offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin, Tennessee fans are probably going to take umbrage with his reasoning...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban at SEC Media Days: “You people are pathetic. You know I just coach football, right?”

Alabama head coach Nick Saban took his turn at the podium at SEC Media Days on Thursday and addressed the huge crowd gathered to hear him speak.  “Before I get started, let me just say: Jesus Christ, you people are pathetic,” Saban spit out of his mouth, glaring down at the horde gathered beneath him. “You know I just coach football, right? It’s a sport. It’s a goddam...
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Saban denies claim Texas offered him $100M to coach

HOOVER, Ala. -- An report was released on Wednesday stating Paul Finebaum included information in his yet-to-be-released book about an offer last year from the University of Texas to Alabama head coach Nick Saban. According to the advanced copy of the book, Saban was offered a $15 million signing bonus, and $100 million--plus incentives--to come coach the Longhorns. Saban...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban Has Released A Statement Regarding Jarran Reed’s Arrest

Saban can’t be thrilled. There is no doubt that with just over one month to go before the start of Alabama’s 2014 campaign, head coach Nick Saban would prefer to be focusing on the Tide’s future opponents – namely West Virginia, who the team opens with on August 30th in Atlanta. Instead, since the calendar turned to July, he’s had to deal with two of his players – Kenyan...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss
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