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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 coach Vanderbilt coach James Franklin referred to Saban as “Nicky Satan” during a high school sports banquet. Saban himself is not pleased whatsoever, and called it “terribly disappointing,” according to AL.com. “It really is a little terribly disappointing,” he said Thursday in response to comments made by Florida offensive line coach Tim Davis. Saban expressed his feelings to the media before a Crimson Caravan stop at Turner Field. “I try to do right by the people that work for me,” he said. “It’s a tough, demanding job. And at the same time, if anybody had an issue or problem with me, I would want them
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