It was just over a month ago that Alabama head football coach Nick Saban stated some issues he had with the no-huddle offense. They included concerns about player safety. During his weekly press conference on Monday, Saban tried to walk back his comments after being asked by a reporter about them.
"I think everybody misinterpreted
what I said about no-huddle," he said. "I don't mind playing against no-huddle. We
don't mind that at all. That wasn't what I said, it's what you all
interpreted it to be. "I just asked the question,
'Is this what we want the game to become?' That's for you to answer. But
that doesn't mean we don't like playing against it. We don't mind
playing against it. It is what it is. Our players don't mind playing
against it. We played a little bit better against
it than when the other team huddled up this past week. That's the worst
we've played all year on defense, by far."
Saban did try to point out that LSU wasn't playing a no-huddle o...