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If the devil you know is better than the devil you don’t, then Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis may not be handing out insults at all.
Davis gave the backhanded compliment of the ages this week when talking to Gators fans about coach Will Muschamp, who is said to model his game after college football coaching heavyweight Nick Saban. If Muschamp can have even a shade of the success of Saban, who has won three championships in the last four years with Alabama, then Florida fans will be pretty happy.
Davis made it sound like he thinks Muschamp has it in him — but not without taking a Luciferian dig at Saban first.
“Will and I go back to the Miami Dolphins,” Davis told the crowd at the Space Coast Gator Club in Melbourne, Fla., according to gaitorbait.net. “I’ve always wanted to work with Will. Will’s got a plan. Will coached under the devil himself for seven years. I only did three. He did seven. And his DNA is not any different than Nick.”
Davis also highlighted the parts of Mus...
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Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban has been sending out this photo of prospects that he recruited or coached that ended up in the NFL. Personally, I think it should just be a list of players that he coached that went drafted (which would still be a long list). Sure, showing which players he recruited shows that he can identify talent, but it only makes me think of the fact that he...
Alabama football coach Nick Saban apparently can’t catch a break from being referred to as the devil.
First, it was Vanderbilt coach, James Franklin, who called Saban “Nicky Satan”. Now, four months after that incident, Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis referred to Saban as “the devil himself” while speaking in front of Florida boosters. For reference, Davis coached...
Items in Nick Saban's Alabama Sports Hall of Fame display case. Via: al.com.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban will be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday. This is a pretty impressive achievement considering that he's only been a citizen of the state since 2007. A display honoring his forthcoming membership includes various Saban memorabilia...
Alabama head coach Nick Saban has been called a lot of names over the years, but one name in particular continues to come up.
South Eastern Conference coaches don’t seemed to be to fond of Saban, and a few of them liken him to Lucifer.
Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis decided to take some shots at Saban on Tuesday while at a booster club meeting in Melbourne, Florida.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban responded Thursday to comments made by his former assistant coach and current Florida Gators assistant coach Tim Davis.
Davis earlier in the week, called Saban “the devil himself,” during an event with Florida boosters. It’s the second time in less than six months that an SEC coach has called Saban Satan.
Four months ago Vanderbilt head...
This petty nonsense turning into "national offseason news" must be getting old for Nick Saban.
A week after responding to Bob Stoops' dismissal of the SEC's dominance, the Alabama coach will once again have to take time away from counting his four BCS titles to respond to a coach's quote at least this time the story will stay within his own conference.
Florida Gators offensive line coach Tim Davis called Alabama's Nick Saban 'the devil himself' during a speech to a group of boosters.
Florida assistant coach Tim Davis apparently isn't a big fan of Alabama head coach Nick Saban.
In comparing Gators head coach Will Muschamp to the coach with four national championships to his name at a booster club meeting in Melbourne, Fla., Davis didn't mince words according to GatorBait.net.
"Will and I go back to the Miami Dolphins," Davis said. "I'...
Alabama coach Nick Saban responded Thursday to critical comments by a former assistant coach, calling Tim Davis' words "terribly disappointing.", http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/saban-devil-words-terribly-disappointing
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban says he is hurt over comments by Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis, who referred to his former boss as “the devil himself.”
Alabama Football Coach Nick Saban was at the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame Museum Friday for a meeting with sports reporters. He joined the other seven men and women (or their representatives) and had a little time to tour the rotunda where display cases exhibit evidence of their worthiness.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban responded to remarks made by former assistant Tim Davis on Thursday calling them "terribly disappointing."Davis referred to his former boss as the "devil himself" on Tuesday during a booster club meeting in Florida.Here is what Saban had to say about Davis' comments:“It really is a little terribly disappointing,” Saban told...