The Dumb Comment That Caused Nick Saban To Chew Out Lane Kiffin Has Been Revealed

The Alabama Crimson Tide experienced unprecedented success under the guidance of coach Nick Saban. They were never more successful than when Lane Kiffin was calling the offense, though. As offensive coordinator at Alabama, Kiffin led an attack that was difficult to stop, and difficult solve. Perhaps the lasting image from his tenure isn’t one he’d like to remember, however. The...
Via Campus Sports Net
4 days ago

Book details 2016 sideline blowup between Saban, Kiffin

Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage is a former NFL assistant coach, scouting director and general manager. He wrote a book that will soon be released entitled “4th & Goal Every Day.” In this book, he gets into some juicy stuff, including the inside scoop on what happened to spark the sideline blowup between Nick Saban and Lane Kiffen last September.In case you don’t...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban Presents Gift To Alabama Football Fan Slain By Police

Jordan Edwards, a 15-year-old Alabama football fan, was shot and killed by police in Texas earlier this year. While nothing can make up for his family’s loss, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban did his best to ease some of the pain. After Saban and company learned of Edwards’ story, they provided a touching gesture. Edwards had dreamed of one day playing for Alabama and Saban...
Via Campus Sports Net
5 days ago

Nick Saban sends Alabama gear to family of slain teen

Alabama football coach Nick Saban offered a kind gesture to the family of a young fan who never got to live out his dream.15-year-old Jordan Edwards was shot and killed by a Texas police officer while in a car leaving a party in April. The young man was a huge Crimson Tide fan and dreamed of playing for Alabama. Saban caught wind of this and sent some memorabilia to Edwards’s family...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban ‘scared to death’ of not coaching

The college football world lost one of its better coaches when Bob Stoops decided to retire earlier this week. Alabama fans can breathe a little easier knowing Nick Saban isn’t planning on leaving any time soon.The 65-year-old Saban is getting ready for his 11th season in charge of the Crimson Tide program. His first head coaching job came with Toledo in 1990. Despite more than...
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 10 impact college football freshmen in 2017

It’s not easy to make a big impact during your first year at school, but there are some college football freshmen ready to answer the call heading into 2017.Many freshmen get an early jump by enrolling early so they can take part of spring practices. That has most certainly given them a leg up as they prepare for their first season of college ball. Almost all the players we’re...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Four potential replacements if Lincoln Riley falters at Oklahoma

The news of Bob Stoops’s retirement as Oklahoma football coach took everyone by surprise — and also kickstarted the rumor mill into high gear. Was 33-year-old assistant Lincoln Riley really the man the school trusted to lead one of the nation’s most prestigious football programs into the future? For now, the answer is yes, with Riley being given the job without any qualifiers...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban jumps on Predators bandwagon

Nick Saban’s ties to the South remain strong, even when it comes to hockey.The Alabama football coach was seen wearing a Nashville Predators jersey in a few photos shared on social media Saturday: The photos were shared by Mercedes-Benz of Music City on their Facebook page, just before Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals.Perhaps Saban helped bring them some luck, because the Predators...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Saban thinks FSU will be preseason No. 1 over Alabama

The 2017 college football season will start with a bang when Florida State and Alabama in the Chick-fil-A kickoff game. It will likely be a No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup. Which begs the question, who will be No. 1.According to Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban, the Seminoles will likely enter the game as the top seed.“We’ve always tried to play in one of the games early in the season,”...
Via Sportsnaut
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Tommy Tuberville is considering running for Alabama governor

After being let go by Cincinnati during the last round of the college football coaching carousel, it appears Tommy Tuberville may be heading back to the state of Alabama for his next job pursuit. No, Tuberville isn’t about to return to Auburn and he is not going to be replacing Nick Saban. Instead, a potential run for governor of Alabama could be a real possibility for the former...
Via The Comeback
April 12, 2017  |  Discuss

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