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As predicted, Alabama coach Nick Saban didn’t have much to say about the Yahoo! Sports article that named former Tide star D.J. Fluker as one of five SEC players who allegedly received impermissible benefits. He did, however, have a lot to say about not saying anything about it.
Saban made a quick statement about the article, which he claimed he hadn’t read, in the beginning of his presser before asking reporters not to ask him any more questions on the topic. They didn’t listen.
Saban asked when UA was aware of situation says, “Don’t ask me anymore questions about that.”
— Aaron Suttles (@AaronSuttles) September 11, 2013
Nick Saban growing agitated during press conference. “If you want to talk about the A&M game I’ll talk about it.”
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) September 11, 2013
Saban and an SID both shut down a question about how the timing will affect the game.
— Marc Torrence (@marctorrence) September 11, 2013
Saban, clearly agitated, eventually just walked out of the press c
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On Wednesday, Yahoo Sports published a story alleging that former Alabama offensive lineman DJ Fluker, along with four other former and current SEC players, received impermissible benefits prior to completing their college careers.
That's important because it could call into question Alabama's 2011 and 2012 national titles, of which Fluker was a part. The story also happened...
Nick Saban's face turned red. His voice grew loud, into a bullying yell:
"I made a statement,'' he said. "DON'T ASK ME ABOUT THAT AGAIN.''
Saban took a non-story that nobody on earth was ever going to care about, especially during Texas A&M week -- something about a Yahoo! Sports report on a former player getting impermissible benefits and...
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban walked out of a Wednesday press conference after the multiple questions from the media regarding allegations made in an investigation by Yahoo! Sports that former Alabama offensive tackle D.J. Fluker had taken improper benefits while in school. He eventually walked out.
Here's video of the press conference, via The Crimson White.
Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban stormed out of his press conference on Wednesday when he fielded three questions in a row about the story/allegations against DJ Fluker and four other SEC players. The story says that the five players received improper benefits and Saban figured that he wouldn’t have to answer any questions about it after he gave a blanket statement...
Check out that picture of Nick Saban and a half dozen coaches and assistants on the Alabama sideline. I can only see two non-obscured people, I can't see any shoes or cleats, and I still counted 14 swooshes. That's still not enough for Nike.
The retail giant that built the entire Oregon football program and rebranded half of the country this offseason wasn't satisfied...
The next time a coach accuses the media of hype, consider this sentence from Alabama Coach Nick Saban during Wednesday’s Southeastern Conference teleconference: “Texas A&M has an outstanding team, one of the best offensive teams probably in college football, maybe in the history of college football in term’s of their quarterback’s ability to make plays and the great job...
Nick Saban gives the cold shoulder to the press after they focused on grilling him about Yahoo’s allegations that former offensive linemen stud DJ Fluker was funneling cash into the Alabama program. Sure Nick Saban is one smug bastard, but these idiots couldn’t ask one question about the biggest game of the season thus far. We are just days away from a Johnny Football v Crimson...
When asked about Texas A&M, Alabama coach Nick Saban stated that the Aggies' offense could be one of the best in college football history.
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Top-ranked Alabama coach Nick Saban doesn't want his DBs turning back to check out No. 6 Texas A&M's electric quarterback when he's moving around in the backfield.
Too many things can happen, and most of them bad.
The most anticipated game of the early season takes place Saturday when No. 1 Alabama travels to play No. 6 Texas A&M in a matchup of two SEC powers, and a pair of teams that are expected to challenge for the national championship.
Nick Saban and his Tide will have revenge on their minds after losing to the Aggies last November, while Texas A&M will be looking to stun the...
It's the game of the week, perhaps the year.
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Arguments can be made for either side, but many are picking Alabama to win in College Station Saturday. After all, it's hard...
Nick Saban was none too happy with the media earlier today when they would not stop asking him questions about former offensive lineman DJ Fluker and former defensive end Luther Davis allegedly receiving impermissible benefits while members of the Alabama Crimson Tide's two national title teams. Read more →
FOX Sports South's college football writers and guests offer a weekly preview of the upcoming slate. Here is the Week 3 preview, featuring the highly-touted Alabama-Texas A&M showdown:
Five Matchups to Watch
Alabama at Texas A&M: Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide have been looking forward to this matchup ever since the Aggies walked out of Tuscaloosa with a 29-24 win...
No. 1 Alabama (1-0) at No. 6 Texas A&M (2-0)
Saturday, 3:30 PM EST, CBS
Line: Alabama -7.5
Love them or hate them, the SEC has delivered some marquee match-ups for the fans very early in the 2013 college football season. In week one, the SEC featured Alabama (vs Virginia Tech), Georgia (at Clemson) and LSU (vs TCU) all in key games. In the second week, two of three biggest...