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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 f...
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Alabama coach Nick Saban says his top-ranked team rallied to beat LSU after heeding the example set by the elite Navy team that killed Osama bin Laden.
Walking that sometimes-debatable line between sports and war, Saban says he talked with his players before Saturday night's game about being ready when things went wrong. He cited the mission carried out in Pakistan by SEAL Team...
It’s no secret that today is election day and I’m sure your Facebook and Twitter feeds have been filled with nothing but political opinions. Well, an Alabama fan (@JonChumbler) decided to change that for us. He wrote in Nick Saban (The Alabama Crimson Tide Head Football Coach) and Jay Seawell (The Alabama Crimson Tide Head Golf Coach). Maybe it’s time for a change in a country...
Come November, Alabama fans might care more about a national championship than the national debt. But at least one person thinks Nick Saban could probably handle both the sidelines and the Oval Office.
That loyal 'Bama supporter cast their write-in vote for Saban and Alabama men's golf coach Jay Sewell for president Tuesday and posted a picture of it on Twitter. There...
Nick Saban has one eye on the national championship and the other on his alma mater.
Alabama's coach is proud of the turnaround at Kent State, where second-year coach Darrell Hazell has led the Golden Flashes (8-1) to their first seven-game winning streak since 1940 and has them headed to a bowl game for the first time since 1972. Hazell spent seven years as an assistant on...
At his weekly Monday press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban discussed his defense's performance against LSU, the challenge Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel presents this weekend, and more...
On Wednesday morning's SEC Coaches Teleconference, Alabama's Nick Saban discussed Johnny Manziel and Texas A&M's dangerous offense, while Aggies' coach Kevin Sumlin answered questions about what separates the Tide from Florida and LSU...
Nick Saban doesn't waive his 24-hour celebration rule even after dramatic, last-minute wins that rescue No. 1 Alabama's hopes for a national title.
Maybe especially after them.
The Crimson Tide coach quickly cautioned his players not to let the emotions of last Saturday's 21-17 victory at then-No. 5 LSU overshadow the next big challenge. There's little time to celebrate...
Alabama Crimson Tide remain No.1 for the 10th straight week after scoring late to beat LSU 21-17 while the Oregon Ducks stayed at the No. 2 spot in the country for the seventh straight week after beating Southern California 62-51.
Kansas State beat Oklahoma State 44-30 to remain No. 3, and Notre Dame stays at No. 4 after barely getting by Pittsburgh 29-26 in three overtimes.
Texas A&M sits as the last major regular-season obstacle for No. 1 Alabama as it marches towards a potential second consecutive BCS title game. The two programs meet for the first time since 1988 on at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday.
Alabama, which is coming off an emotional 21-17 win at LSU last Saturday, are listed as 13.5-point favorites over the dangerous Aggies in this...
BATON ROUGE, LA No one could call this one boring.
That, of course, was the knock on the last two meetings between Alabama and LSU, the first being settled solely on the feet of the field goal kickers and the second, the BCS Championship Game, being another defensive slugfest that put many on the east coast asleep before halftime.
Not this one.
Unlike the other two, this year...
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban said his No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide team came from behind to beat the LSU Tigers after following the example set by the elite Navy SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden. Saban’s wartime comparison came as National Geographic broadcast a movie about the bin Laden raid Sunday night, right before the presidential election.