When a college football coach sits down for his weekly radio program, he never knows what kind of messed up questions he might be asked by fans calling in will come up with. Take Alabama head football coach Nick Saban's weekly show for example. A caller had the audacity to ask Saban if he thought Bryant-Denny Stadium's football field should get the Boise State treatment, only crimson and white instead of blue.
Saban managed to give a logical answer back.
"I'm a traditionalist. I don't think it's my place to consider making the
field a different color or putting it in crimson and white or whatever.
I think there's an expectation for when people come to Bryant-Denny
Stadium, there's an expectation for the tradition and the things they
see there, how things are done, how we dress as a team. I really don't
think I should change that. Too many people have contributed to make
that what it is for anybody to change it that doesn't have a really good
reason. That's so...