Hear what Nick Saban said after Alabama's last-second loss to Clemson - playithub.com
Published: 4 months ago By: Alabama Crimson Tide on AL.com
By: Alabama Crimson Tide on AL.comPublished: 4 months ago
1, 636 Likes 278 Dislikes
Nick Saban spoke to the media after Alabama's last-second loss to Clemson in his post-game press conference, answering a number of questions and expressing his feelings after the difficult loss.
Watch the video above to hear what the Tide's coach felt was the difference in the game, the challenges of changing offensive coordinators, including how the players handled the switch from Lane Kiffin to Steve Sarkesian, how he felt his team played overall, and more.
SABAN IS AN INTELLECTUAL FAILURE!!!!!
- Nick Saban during postgame interviews before realizing the microphones where on
.........-Nick Saban at the Clemson post game interview
'''at least we didn't choke with 1 second left in the season'''...........-Bammie Basketball coach, AVERY JOHNSON, after getting curb stomped 82-77 and losing for the second time in 2 weeks to Auburn.
- Ohio State Athletic Director
.....This type of exploitation does not even happen in communist and musllim countries today. American "big-time" college sports administrators take advantage of the lack of knowledge and awareness of its mostly African-American athletes.
You Bama fans have a great team, great recruiting, great players, and great tradition. When two great teams play, on any given Saturday, one will win and one will loose. That is why we play the games.
If one team won every year, wouldn't the final game be boring? Oh team X won again for the 25th time in a row..Boring!
Oh, and concerning the last TD, I do not think a game is ever played, when there is not a couple questionable calls. But you discredit your team when you argue that you got beat by a suck team because of a bad call. The fact is that the games were close and while you guys beat us in the final minutes last year, this year, we marched down the field in a two minute drill to put ourselves in a position to tie or win.
I could ask, why was the great Alabama only ahead by 3 at the two minute mark. Why did you not run the score up so high that one call did not matter? I think the answer is the same as why we did not run the score up on you last year denying you the chance for the go ahead in the final minutes, they were close competitive games.