Nick Saban Is Making His Political Involvement Very Clear
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
Don't ask Alabama head coach Nick Saban who he's voting for or who his team is supporting in the upcoming election...


(The Spun)
Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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You led a BLM march for Blake. Your position is clear. You will pander to whoever you need to to keep the players in Alabama uniforms.
Reply2 months
Fax yo
2 months
Except he endorsed on TV and radio ads in W. VA, Joe Manchin. Just a short while ago, which was fine with me. I like Joe Manchin, my kind of Democrat.
Reply2 months
Saban lied and you must be woke. There's no good democrat anymore.
2 months
pro baby killing is a requirement to be a democrat; therefore, there is no good democrat.
2 months
I forget, which guy, who is laughably considered as the conservative standard, legalized abortion in our most populous start. Definitely not Ronny Reagan... right?
2 months
So quit asking.
Reply2 months
almost... if you'd have said, "So quit asking, alright?!?" then I'd have said you got it.
2 months
Wish everyone involved with Sports would take this same approach.
Reply2 months
Joe Manchin says "Hi". LINK
Reply2 months
Yes indeed! "Alabama coach Nick Saban has jumped into the U.S. Senate race in his native West Virginia by endorsing Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, a longtime friend".
2 months
Saban hated politics so much he had to leave LSU, lol
Reply2 months
That's the right idea, but didn't Saban lead a team march recently? That's quite political, Nick.
Reply2 months
Lol - in 2016, he said he didn't know who was running.
Reply2 months
I get that Saban is the GOAT in CFB but in normal life he's just a small idiot
Reply2 months
I get he aint the goat of all time.
2 months
I'm not going to be the next head football coach at Alabama! LMAO Nicky !
Reply2 months
By facilitating voter registration after practice he's definitely providing a strong pipeline of votes for the wrong side.
Reply2 months
Yes, more voters is a bad thing.
2 months
I’m shocked, shocked that Mr “I’m not going to be the coach at Alabama” would utter a falsehood. Maybe he endorsed Manchin as a friend rather than on any policy.....but it was still an endorsement meaning he lied again. Either way, he’s gonna say what benefits his ego/success. Think of the ferryman in Josie wales.
Reply2 months
That's a smart midget there.
Reply2 months
Smart man. I wish everyone would listen to this wisdom.
Reply2 months
Coach O don't think so.
Reply2 months
This is why I respect O. Saban said he doesn’t get into politics, but he endorsed the guy in WV and he was the one leading the march. Either he’s picked a side or he’s doing whatever it takes to get a recruit and keep players happy. If he picked a side, that’s fine, but don’t hide from it. Coach O on the other hand supported his players rights to protest, but he’s also spoken highly of our president. They may not like where he stands, but at least he’s upfront about his position. I’d rather my coach tell me the truth instead of blowing smoke up my arse just to keep me happy. This def goes along with him treating players like his kids bc my dad never told me stuff at that age just to make me happy. He was very consistent when it came to telling me where he stood as opposed to what I wanted to hear.
Reply2 months
Cause he know politics is all complete bullshitee & smoke n mirrors
Reply2 months
Saban stands for absolutely nothing except winning at all cost. The man has nothing but football.
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