September 6th, 2012 08:45 AM║ Posted By: John Pennington ║ Permalink
║ Schools: Alabama
Tags: GFC, SEC, Western Kentucky, WKU
Nick Saban might be the best coach in the country — he is — but his lectures to the media sometimes go a bit too far. Take yesterday’s, for example. Alabama’s coach made it known that he isn’t happy with writers and talking heads disrespecting Alabama’s next foe, Western Kentucky.
Saban, of course, doesn’t want his team to get the proverbial big head and stub its big toe as a result. So in Saban World, it’s the media’s job to talk up even the creamiest of creampuffs.
It’s Alabama versus Western Kentucky and he expects people to talk up the Hilltoppers? Really?
After commenting about how football is a tough game that must be embraced everyday and how his players must improve everyday, the Tide coach then said this:
“I hate to be negative with anybody, but when you people start writing stuff about people that we’re playing that doesn’t give them the proper respect… I mean, that’s not fair. It’s not fair to them. To their players who work hard to earn it. It’s not fair to our players who need to respect them.
And to make presumptions like you all make, really upsets me. It really does. And so unfair. You don’t need to write about that. There’s so many more good things you can write about happening around here that people would be interested in. I’d love to see some of you do a little bit of research and figure it out. It’d really do my heart good.”
Well, as a guy who likes Saban — I truly think he’s the best coach in any college sport, bar none — I did some research in order to do his heart some good. Here’s what I found:
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