Alabama head coach Nick Saban had his right hip replacement surgery on Monday. The Crimson Tide gave
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Alabama head coach Nick Saban had his right hip replacement surgery on Monday. The Crimson Tide gave an update on Monday afternoon...
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"We can rebuild him; we have the technology". . . "Better than before. . ."Better, stronger, faster."
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The end is near....
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Should have turned pro and secured his future.
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I just ran into Marty Smith this morning at the local grocery. He was buying tons of butt wipe. Hes on his way up to Lake Burton as we speak.
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Thoughts and prayers for the 9 year old hip donor.
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Best wishes for a speedy recovery.
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This is another passive way for Saban to express his displeasure with some of the players leaving early...get the surgery before the draft so you don't have to fake support for the early leavers on draft day...
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"fake support?" Having players drafted is a huge recruiting tool for him. And us too.
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Any truth to the rumor that the goal of the surgery was to graft 3” of a femur from a cadaver onto Nick’s femurs so that he’d be 3” taller? I read that somewhere.
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No you didn’t
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Glad everything went well
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Get well soon, goat
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Damn, didn’t know he needed that. Hope all the best for him.
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He would like to be referred to as “Nickole Saban” after a successful surgery.
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I hope he gets addicted to opioids and lives out his remaining years under a bridge somewhere shooting heroine with the junkies
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We can only dream
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