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Bret Bielema, the new head coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks, is backtracking from comments he made a month ago when he met with boosters for the football program. It was there where he began talking a bit of trash in regards to the Alabama Crimson Tide and their head coach, Nick Saban. When discussing the success of the SEC, Bielema put the winning ways of the conference squarely on Alabama, but then added some rah-rah spirit to it. Via AJC: “The reason the SEC is talked about all the time is one team, because of their dominance. But I didn’t come here to play Alabama, I came here to beat Alabama.” Bielema also said, “You can take Saban’s record when he was at Michigan State and when he was a coach in the Big Ten and put it against mine, and he can’t compare.” While Bielema claimed it was a joke on Twitter, he is still taking a bit of heat for it, because it was actually kinda stupid. Saban is clearly one of the best coaches in the history of college football, and comparing himself to Saban in the B1G was silly considering Saban inherited a team that wasn’t [...]
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