Nick Saban Shares His Conversation With Tua On Saturday Night
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
After beating Mississippi State on Saturday, Alabama head coach Nick Saban called to check in on his QB Tua Tagovailoa, who had been airlifted to a hospital due to a serious hip injury. Saban shared that conversation during Monday's presser...
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Saban is a piece of crap. I cant speak for all LSU fans, but I like Tua. He seems like a nice enough dude and he's a heck of a player. Saban on the other hand is a piece of garbage. He doesn't care about this guy. You think Saban cares that he just cost this kids millions? Nope.
Reply23 months
A) I think Saban does care for Tua, why wouldn't he? B) How did he cost Tua millions? Tua will still go top 10. He gonna be aight.
23 months
I used to be weak, given to cussin' and whippin' a horse like this, but Greg McElroy, bless his soul, showed me the error of my ways.
23 months
It is what it is
Reply23 months
So was Katrina
23 months
Saban is like the coach on the Jetson’s football games. Player gets hurt, sweep him to the side and bring in the next one. Oh, well. Too bad.
Reply23 months
This just shows how stupid you are.. You're mother should have swallowed
23 months
23 months
What would you rather Saban do, forfeit all games because Tua is done for the year? Jesus. Show us on the doll where Saban touched you and ruined your life...
23 months
Probably went like this..... 'So... you sure you're not going to play this Saturday?'. We could put you out there in a wheelchair and see how it goes.
Reply23 months
Too bad.
Reply23 months
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