Alabama Players Told Saban What They Wanted Sugar Bowl Curfew To Be
Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
It wasn't head coach Nick Saban who set his team's Sugar Bowl curfew, it was his players.
The Crimson Tide’s player leadership group requested primarily 11 p.m. curfews while in New Orleans...

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Soft, time to hang it up
Reply7 months
Saban of all people should know what happens when you leave things up to a team vote.
Reply7 months
Do LSU fans seriously worry about this stuff? My god, If somebody came up and said hey, u hear what auburns curfew was I'd....well, anyway. Carry on Tigers. lol
Reply7 months
When will they find time to apply deer antler spray?
Reply7 months
Probably while you're at home stroking it to pornhub.
7 months
As per usual, command of the English language is not a gump’s strong suit
7 months
And Still Clemson beats the gump out them. Go Clemson roll tears roll
Reply7 months
The Binder didn’t help you baws today did it? lol
7 months
And why is this a story? Who gives a F* what time Alabama’s players stay out on New Years!
Reply7 months
Probably local residents. It’s not as safe on the streets when Alabama is town
7 months
Because it shows their dedication and desire to stay focused on winning the game instead of partying. Roh Tahd.
7 months
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