Nick Saban on Wednesday responded Jalen Hurts’ criticism of the coaching staff.
Thursday, June 7, 2018 may be the day we learned that there are some limits to what Nick Saban should be asked by the media.
Alabama coach Nick Saban looked pretty embarrassed to end up in the middle of a lake while boating with some of his players last week, but it turned out that he did not run out of gas after all.
The Alabama Crimson Tide have two quarterbacks who could conceivably start next season, but Nick Saban isn’t currently thinking about how to accommodate both of them.
UCF has been spending the entire offseason celebrating its perfect season in college football, even calling themselves national champions.
There’s no indication that Alabama coach Nick Saban is going anywhere anytime soon, but ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum thinks there’s only one person who can replace him when
Nick Saban was not disappointed with Jalen Hurts after Alabama’s spring game on Saturday despite some thoughts to the contrary.
Nick Saban on Thursday responded to a report that suggested Jalen Hurts could transfer away from Alabama.
Saban was asked about the matter while speaking with the media.