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If you're new, Subscribe! → http://bit.ly/VOp1zO Alabama head coach Nick Saban didn't waste anytime getting into his first rant of 2017. Listen to what Saban said when asked about time of possession and a ball-control offense after the first day of spring practice. Go here → http://tide1029.com Like us → http://facebook.com/tide1029 Follow us → http://twitter.com/tide1029fm Get our newsletter → http://bit.ly/2cC7bL6 For any licensing requests please contact email@example.com
Ecstasy and Agony. It was a tale of two emotions for Alabama fans as they watch the last few minutes of the 2017 National Championship game. AL.com placed cameras in several watch parties around the Birmingham, AL area to watch how fans reacted to the game.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney had already been drenched and his team was rushing the field in victory when the refs waived the teams off to review the onside kick by Clemson with one second left. Players from both benches were trying to leave the sidelines. Fans were ready to swarm the field. It was a very confusing scene.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban gets fired up during a press conference following Friday's scrimmage, when asked about complaints regarding his coaching staff size. The NCAA Football Oversight Committee is set to evaluate staff sizes within the next year, meaning the addition of various analysts and other support positions could soon be regulated.
If you're new, Subscribe! → http://bit.ly/VOp1zO Tom Fornelli of CBS Sports joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss his article about the top teams in college football. Fornelli gives his reason why Alabama was ranked number one and why it will be good for college football if Texas gets back into the championship conversation. Go here → http://tide1029.com Like us → http://facebook.com/tide1029 Follow us → http://twitter.com/tide1029fm Get our newsletter → http://bit.ly/2cC7bL6 For any licensing requests please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It's hard out there for a journalist - especially when your job is to ask Nick Saban the tough questions. Watch the video above to relive some of Saban's most memorable moments with the media. Warning: This video contains some strong language!