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Nick Saban Drops S-Bomb During Tennessee Press Conference (Video)

Alabama coach Nick Saban held a press conference Monday that gave reporters an opportunity to ask questions about the team’s upcoming game with Tennessee. Some of the questions were indirectly related to the Tennessee game, and Saban didn’t like that. Apparently he only wanted to talk Xs and Os about Tennessee, and nothing else.

One reporter asked Saban if trying to win one of its player a Heisman Trophy helps bond the team. He didn’t like that question. Another reporter asked Saban about conference expansion and how that might affect the team’s rivalry with Tennessee. He didn’t like that question either.

Jump ahead to the 2:35 mark in this video to hear Saban drop an s-bomb on reporters:

“You all create so many problems,” he said. “I hate to start on this, but, whether guys are going out for the draft, whether we’re worrying about the Heisman Trophy, now we’re worrying about playing Missouri rather than Tennessee sometime down the road. I could give a s*** about all that. Excuse my French. Come on, let’s talk about the game.”

Saban apologized at the end of his press conferences for getting carried away. Of course, this is nothing new for Saban. Remember this video?



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  • Anonymous

    These coaches make so much money and are treated like royalty.  They have no concept about what their purpose is at a university.  It has become an ordeal for them to even interact with human beings.  It’s truly incredible how large their egos have become.  Press conferences have become an exhibition of deception.  You can’t believe a word these coaches say.  Just another truly sad example of how sport has degenerated over the years.  He makes over $500,000 a game.  And he’s gutless.

  • Anonymous

    I would love one of these pansy reporters to stand up and say:  “Who do you think you’re talking to, Mr. Saban?”

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    They should.

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    They should.

  • Jim Pettegrew

    Saban’s comments were mostly right on target. For example, pointing out that Trent is indeed one of the best, and should be in line for any of these post-season awards he qualifies for, WHEN THE TIME COMES, after the season. We’re only half-way through the season, and the amount of hype & speculation over the Heisman is just embarrassing. 

  • Jim Pettegrew

    Saban’s comments were mostly right on target. For example, pointing out that Trent is indeed one of the best, and should be in line for any of these post-season awards he qualifies for, WHEN THE TIME COMES, after the season. We’re only half-way through the season, and the amount of hype & speculation over the Heisman is just embarrassing.