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#pounditMonday, November 30, 2020

Nick Saban wants media to talk about what Alabama is doing wrong

Nick Saban may be the only head coach in America asking for negative press coverage.

Saban’s Crimson Tide beat Texas A&M 45-23 on Saturday, which marked their smallest margin of victory on the season. They still won the game handily though, to the point that they were able to sit starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in the fourth quarter in favor of Jalen Hurts.

After the game, Saban was looking to point out what Bama did wrong. He mentioned that the team did not control the game.

Then Saban asked for the media to point out the flaws in the Tide’s game.

Saban is obsessed with keeping his players focused and preventing them from believing all the hype and praise they receive. He’s always wary of the so-called “rat poison” infecting his team. That’s a big part of what makes him and his teams so great. But if he thinks the media is going to help him in accomplishing this mission, he’s wrong.

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