He learned from the master.
The Alabama Crimson Tide reportedly bolstered their future defense on Saturday with a junior college recruit. According to Ryan Bartow of 247Sports, cornerback Jhavonte Dean “verbally committed” to head coach Nick Saban’s program. The 6’2”, 180-pounder is a 4-star prospect, per 247Sports’ composite rankings. More to follow. Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Lost in the hoopla surrounding the Nick Saban vs. Paul Finebaum dust-up, Dan Mullen talking himself into a corner regarding the decision to suspend 5-star defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons and the barrage of NCAA-related questions that...Show More Summary
Let’s go through the candidates.
Deshaun Watson and the Clemson Tigers were one of the most popular college football teams last season and ended up being the runner up in the nation last year. They fell in the National Championship game against the Alabama Crimson Tide by a final score of 45-40. Show More Summary
That’s high praise from a high place. Nick Saban’s Alabama got the better of Deshaun Watson’s Clemson in last year’s College Football Playoff final, but the Tigers quarterback left a heck of an impression on the Crimson Tide’s head coach,...Show More Summary
Though it's been six months since Alabama defeated Clemson to win the 2016 College Football Playoff, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban is still impressed with Tigers quarterback Deshaun Watson. During an appearance on ESPN's College...Show More Summary
Wow. This is just so risky.
The SEC East has not won a conference title in eight years, but it hopes some new coaches will make the division more competitive.
SEC Media Days can breed chaos unlike just about any other preseason college football event on the docket. On Wednesday, said chaos came from an exchange between Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban and ESPN’s Paul Finebaum. As...Show More Summary
The SEC East is relying heavily on three former Nick Saban assistants to restore balance to the league.
S-E-C Criminal Justice.
After no reporter asked Nick Saban about the status of Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones (arrested on drug and weapons charges in Louisiana in May, which district attorney Jerry Jones then dropped, saying that they’d been out working and...Show More Summary
Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri all appeared at Wednesday's SEC media day, though head coach Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide—as usual—stole the show. Saban opened his press conference with his usual salute to the journalists and media members in attendance. “I really appreciate what you do," Saban said, per Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports. Show More Summary
In years past, Nick Saban has used the podium at SEC media days like a pulpit. Pace of play and satellite camps have been some of his most recent sermon topics in Hoover, Alabama. His voice carries so much weight in the college football...Show More Summary
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. Read more...
‘If the players really did something that wrong, they would be charged with something.’
Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban was not a happy camper when he was bombarded with questions by Paul Finebaum over his decision not to suspend Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones following offseason arrests. It got a bit heated when Finebaum stated that it wasn’t really a good look for Alabama. “I don’t really care […]
Alabama's coach apparently didn't like the SEC Network's line of questioning at SEC Media Days. Nick Saban joined a group of commentators from the SEC Network at a conference media day in Alabama on Wednesday, and one Saban's hosts asked...Show More Summary
During Wednesday's SEC media day, ESPN's Paul Finebaum pressed Alabama head coach Nick Saban on his decision not to suspend offensive tackle Cam Robinson and defensive back Laurence Jones following their arrests in May. The SEC Network...Show More Summary