Posted October 17, 2012 on
Alabama head coach Nick Saban wouldn't say if he's suspended defensive end LaMichael Fanning for his body slam tackle of a Missouri player last week, but explained Alabama is handling the matter "internally."
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According to the Columbia Tribune, Nick Saban was none too pleased when Alabama defensive lineman LaMichael Fanning suplexed Missouri’s tailback Russell Hansbrough. The article goes on to explain how a simple apology of words wasn’t enough all courtesy of Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel’s latest press conference:
Alabama Coach Nick Saban called Pinkel on Sunday to apologize...
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban chewed out Tide fans earlier this season for disrespecting Western Kentucky's chances of beating the reigning BCS title holder (which the Hilltoppers didn't do, of course). He also tried to deflate the notion that Bama was "invincible" later in the season. Saban's latest Mission: Impossible? Selling Saturday's opponent ...
Apparently Alabama head coach Nick Saban felt worse than anybody on the field Saturday when his Crimson Tide easily took care of the University of Missouri.
The reason he felt bad was in case you didn't see it--this:
For those who've never watched professional wrestling, that is a suplex--or at least the announcers...
At his weekly Monday press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban gave an injury update, told reporters he was tired of talking about rankings and said he felt bad about not getting the intensity up enough after Saturday's rain delay in Missouri.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban refuted Tuesday's report which said quarterback AJ McCarron had a slightly torn meniscus, praised Tennessee's offense and discussed which players are capable punt returners at Wednesday night's presser.
Most everyone knows that between Alabama, Florida, LSU and Auburn, the SEC has won the last six National Championships, but this year there is one team, Oregon, who wants the opportunity to unseat the champion conference. The SEC, who will most likely be represented by the almost NFL Caliber Crimson Tide of Alabama will be ready to compete against whoever is on the other side....
With new ownership and a fresh approach taking over the front office of the NFL'sCleveland Browns, is there a chance a new era of football could be led by one of the biggest names in college football?
Rumors are starting to spread (they have since been denied) the Browns may be interested in targeting Alabama head coach Nick Saban, who was an assistant with the team from 1991...
Nick Saban from his Cleveland Brown DC days. Via SB*Nation.
Cleveland radio station 92.3 The Fan denies claims that it had reported Cleveland Browns were looking at hiring current Alabama head football coach Nick Saban as its HC for next season.The station says a discussion between two on-air talk show hosts on possible replacements for current Browns' HC Pat Shurmur,...
No one can argue at this point about which team is number one in college football. It is without a doubt the Alabama Crimson Tide. They easily have the best offensive line in the nation led by center Barrett Jones (Sr. 6-5 302, no sacks allowed) and the rest of the line is loaded with definite future NFL talent. The Tide are currently 25th overall in rushing with 217.2 yards per...
The SEC office announced today that Alabama defensive end LaMichael Fanning will not be suspended for his suplex of Missouri running back Russell Hansbrough, as seen below.
The conference office gave an official statement that explained it as Alabama, you see. Here now with commentary on the suplex is none other than The Nature Boy, Ric Flair.
Oh look, a gratuitous picture of Charles Barkley.
Want to hear what Basketball Hall of Famer and Auburn alum Charles Barkley had to say about Auburn football, Alabama, and Nick Saban on Birmingham sports station WJOX Tuesday? Of course you do.
Sir Charles on the state of Auburn football:
"I bet you never thought you'd hear the words 'I can't...
There were very few things pretty about the way the University of Missouri Tigers football team played last Saturday against the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide.
In fact, Nick Saban's led team dominated Mizzou physically from the first whistle until the last.
A display of that dominance came on a play in the closing minutes where Alabama linebacker LaMichael Fanning...