Found December 07, 2011 on
Nick Saban will bring his Alabama Crimson Tide to New Orleans to play LSU in the BCS championship game, but Heath Evans most likely will not be rooting for him. Evans, the former Miami Dolphin, New England Patriot and New Orleans Saint spoke to 790 The Ticket in Miami on Wednesday morning and recounted a time when Saban reportedly stepped over a convulsing Dolphins player that had collapsed after an early-season practice. "Nick Saban literally just starts walking in, steps over [offensive lineman] Jeno James convulsing, doesn't say a word, doesn't try to help, goes upstairs, I don't know what...
BEST OF MAXIM
Former Dolphins player Heath Evans says when Nick Saban was coaching the Dolphins in 2005, he ignored a seriously ill player who was convulsing after a difficult workout.
You can add another person to the list of those who have a beef with Nick Saban’s final regular season coaches’ poll. While many have griped about the Alabama coach voting Oklahoma State No. 4 on his ballot, that can’t really surprise anyone. Although you are supposed to be completely objective in voting, we know [...]
University of Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban addressed the 80 players who will suit up for their respective states in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic. The game has moved this year from Ladd-Pebbles Stadium in Mobile to the Cramton Bowl in Montgomery. Kick-off is Saturday, December 10th at 12:30 p.m.
Former Dolphins fullback Heath Evans revealed to radio host Jorge Sedano on 790 AM on Wednesday an ugly story involving former Dolphins coach Nick Saban and former offensive lineman Jeno James in July 2005.
Nick Saban is an amazing college football coach.
Nick Saban is not a nice person.
These two things are givens. There is no reasonable argument to make against either.
And just in case you weren’t convinced about the second one, all you need to do is read this post at Sports by Brooks to be convinced. Here is the gist, as Brooks recounts what Heath Evans told to Jorge Sedano on...
We rarely hear stories about Nick Saban being a nice guy. Saban is known for running a very tight ship — a style that has obviously translated into tremendous success at the college level. When he coached in the NFL, the style is said to have not worked with professional athletes. We hear that a [...]
Based on reports that have surfaced in recent days, Nick Saban could be forced to replace one or both of his Alabama coordinators. Of course, “could” has been the case for the last couple of years, so this isn’t exactly new rumor ground being plowed. Be that as it may, we noted earlier today that…
Nick Saban has never been known as a laugh-a-minute fellow — the current head man at Alabama would about as tightly as any coach in recent history, and this was especially true when he coached the Miami Dolphins in 2005 and 2006.
Assembling a 15-17 record wasn't good enough for the Nicktator, who headed back to the collegiate ranks and found an environment in which his particular...
790 The Ticket's Jorge Sedano (big Rex Ryan fan) interviewed former NFL player, current NFL Network Analyst Heath Evans yesterday. Evans played for Nick Saban when he was with the Dolphins. Mouth...
Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ http://www.bobsblitz.com