Jim Harbaugh prefers Twitter as the space to hold court on matters he’s pissed off about; Nick Saban is old-fashioned—a presser with an eager reporter will do just fine.
Parkway High School (La.) coach David Feaster spoke very candidly about Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban during an interview on 104.5 ESPN on Wednesday, and he’s now paid a price for that honesty.
Monday, Alabama announced via a Nick Saban statement that new FAU head coach Lane Kiffin will not join the Crimson Tide on the sideline or in the booth as offensive coordinator for its upcoming rematch with Clemson in the national title game. Given the curious timing and Kiffin’s tendency to wear on his employers, a…
Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will be the head coach at FAU next season, but he continued to serve as Alabama’s OC during Saturday’s playoff game against Washington. It was assumed that he would do the same during next week’s championship game, but head coach Nick Saban just announced that Kiffin and…
The new FAU head coach said it best during his introductory press conference: “You don’t get what you want, you get what you deserve.”
Nick Saban wasn’t pleased with his team’s first-half performance tonight against Chattanooga. Can you tell?
At Alabama coach Nick Saban’s press conference this afternoon, a reporter asked him for his thoughts on the election and whether or not Saban thought coaches should avoid talking politics in public. “To be honest with you,” Saban lied, “I didn’t even know yesterday was election day. We’re focused on other things here.”
Alabama cornerback Maurice Smith claims that after he told head coach Nick Saban that he wanted to transfer from the school, he was shunned by the program and banned from the facilities.
Alabama football head coach Nick Saban, who never seems pleased, seemed especially displeased with radio host Paul Finebaum today on SEC Network. Finebaum asked about his decision to not suspend two players after they were arrested on drug and weapons charges, and Saban pushed back.
There’s been a fairly mundane controversy swirling about the college football offseason regarding the legality of satellite football camps (little coaching clinics put on by schools used as a recruiting tactic) and whether or not head coaches should attend. In April, the NCAA banned satellite camps, then reversed the…
We’ve long suspected a link between Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban and the dark lord Satan—the names are just one letter away, jeez!—but here’s televangelist David Uth pointing out that the link between Alabama and sin is one inscribed in the Holy Bible.
It’s recruiting season, which means it’s the one time of year when we get to relish self-serious millionaire coaches embarrassing themselves in order to scoop up the next crop of talented freshman. Take it away, Nick Saban!
Alabama, it will not surprise you if you know Nick Saban’s near-sociopathic attention to detail, had been practicing precisely that onside kick every week since August. But it wasn’t until long film study had identified a potential weakness in Clemson’s kick return coverage, and firsthand observation confirmed its…
Nick Saban is on a nice little streak of press conference hijinks. He followed up last month’s cussin’ and marriage advisin’ by getting fed up with questions about his defensive coordinator possibly becoming the new head coach at Georgia, and then kindly instructed the media to talk to his soda bottle instead.
Alabama is playing FCS school Charleston Southern this week, a cupcake opponent that would be very easy for the Crimson Tide to look past. Well, some of those turkeys in the media might be overlooking Charleston, but Nick Saban sure as hell isn’t.
The following is excerpted from the new book Saban: The Making of a Coach, by Monte Burke.
Alabama lost to Ohio State 42-35 in the Sugar Bowl, and at SEC Media Days yesterday Nick Saban advanced a bizarre theory to explain that loss. He says that team chemistry was harmed by players learning about their NFL Draft grade in the days leading up to the game, and that somehow hurt preparation. Via AL.com:
Alabama head coach Nick Saban refused to apologize for signing defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor, saying the player's "still a good person" despite facing charges in two separate domestic violence cases in two different states.
After a second domestic violence arrest in as many years, Alabama DT Jonathan Taylor has been kicked off the team, the school announced Sunday. Taylor was arrested on two domestic violence charges Saturday.