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Nick Saban has been giving lots of good quote lately. Yesterday it was about Bob Stoops and the (lack of) time Saban had for his comments on the SEC, and today it’s about the potential future of college football. Saban’s idea? Fewer teams, more competition. In speaking to AL.com, Saban had the following to say about scheduling: “I’m for five conferences – everybody playing everybody in those five conferences,” the Alabama coach said Thursday night before speaking at a Crimson Caravan stop. “That’s what I’m for, so it might be 70 teams, and everybody’s got to play ’em. …” Saban reiterated his desire for the SEC to expand from eight conference games to nine per year for each team. “For the guys who whine about their fixed rivalries, we have games until 2017 with opening games, so we’re going to play somebody else,” Saban said. “I mean, strength of schedule is important, but also, how about the fans? Don’t they want to see good games and all that? “And the better the games – maybe you don’t have to win every game to be in the championship game. You know? The Giants won the Super Bowl, and what did they [...]
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Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban says he has more important things to do than listen to anything Bob Stoops has.
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban wants to make something perfectly clear - He's not selling his beloved Lake Burton, Ga. lake house. The stories you've been hearing about a $10.95 million-dollar house on Lake Burton that Saban has up for auction is an investment property that he also owns.
Saban is also apparently quite annoyed at the confusion, as he get a little...
Yahoo!’s Dr. Saturday column discussed Nick Satan’s AL.com interview today and pulled the choice quotes (the ones Lefty already looked at here. What’s fun to think about and argue about or agree and dream about, is the idea of 5 evenly configured “Super Conferences” of 14 teams apiece playing an even number of games and ending up with a TRUE! National Champion!™ at the...
First Florida Coach Muschamp took exception to Stoop’s recent comments about recent SEC dominance and how “SEC’s Myth Trumps Its Reality”, now it is Alabama Coach Nick Saban.
On Thursday, Coach Saban was informed of Coach Stoops recent comments regarding the SEC and Nick responded with “I’ve got more important things to do than sit around and read what Bob Stoops has...
Bob Stoops talked, but Nick Saban isn't listening.
In fact, Alabama's coach all but quoted internet sensation Sweet Brown -- she of the "ain't nobody got time for that" sound byte -- when asked about Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops' comments earlier this week about the SEC's dominance.
I didnt even know he said it, so youre going to have to tell me what...
John Hardin (Ky.) defensive tackle Matthew Elam had a chance to talk with Alabama’s Nick Saban yesterday. The four-star junior shared his conversation with the national championship coach with FOX Sports Next.
Yesterday we reported on the comments Oklahoma Sooners head football coach Bob Stoops made in regards to the South Eastern Conference, and any talk of them being the dominant conference is propaganda.
Of course everyone wants to know what the reigning king of college football has to say about such comments. Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban was asked about Stoops comments...
It was bound to happen. Somebody asked Alabama head football coach Nick Saban about Oklahoma HC Bob Stoops' comments about the SEC. Needless to say, it was exactly what you expected it to be.
Saban on Stoop's quotes about SEC: I’ve got more important things to do than sit around and read what Bob Stoops has to say about anything.
— Mark Edwards (@MarkSportsStar...
When you’re on top, everyone comes for you. The Southeastern Conference, which has won the last seven BCS national championships, is undeniably the cream of the crop in college football. Yet despite its amazing run, there are still some coaches out there who think the league is overrated.
Enter Bob Stoops, Oklahoma’s head coach. This week, when speaking about the “gap”...