Nick Saban’s Daughter Defends Him After His Post-Game Injury Comments
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Nick Saban received online criticism for what he said about the season-ending injury to WR Jaylen Waddle during his CBS post-game interview...

Alabama head coach’s daughter, Kristen, defended her father on Sunday morning...


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

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40 Comments
She nose what she’s talking about.
Reply6 months
Why is this news?
Reply6 months
Dad can I work at the Mercedes dealership this weekend my account is getting low. Meh
Reply6 months
Can someone post exactly why people were upset
Reply6 months
Ok, I am an LSU fan and I see nothing wrong with what he said. People need to get a life.
Reply6 months
He’s a coach, coaches coach!! He expressed his feelings for the players then added a teaching point. He can’t help it, it’s a habit
Reply6 months
He didn't even say anything bad.
Reply6 months
Some chick dick riding her daddy in Alabama, nothing to see here
Reply6 months
Stop reposting this skags tweets. Nobody GAF
Reply6 months
I’m pretty sure his adopted son hates him. You never hear from the kid.
Reply6 months
And the fact that I have to come on here and remind Larry that the million dollar midget hasn’t been our coach in 16 years is ridiculous. The only football coach that matter is Coach O. I know it and you know it.
Reply6 months
psh. Coach Chizeron
6 months
This wench needs to shut up and go make us all a sammich!
Reply6 months
Is she his spokesperson? Get back in the Popeyes line.
Reply6 months
He simply told the truth. New breed of football snowflake fans don’t want truth. They want participation trophies. Galore!
Reply6 months
If Aunt Jane dies in a car wreck due to driver error, should it be mentioned during her eulogy at the funeral? “Aunt Jane was a sweet soul but if she hadn’t been driving a little too fast on a wet road she wouldn’t have hydroplaned into a tree and died.”
6 months
May have sounded a little rude to you snowflakes but the man is right. Players have no need of returning a kickoff from the end zone when you get the ball on the 25 yard line.
Reply6 months
To make that remark was selfish on Lil Nicky’s part. He knows what losing Waddle means to his offense. He could have cared less at that moment about that kid. Would not have said that if he was not thinking it
Reply6 months
How much less could he have cared?
6 months
1) No need to add the end zone comment regarding Waddle. 2) Family members of public figures should just keep quiet.
Reply6 months
No he does not. I know this for a fact.
Reply6 months
Somewhere Ben Wilkerson is banging his head.
Reply6 months
Amazing that a guy his age cannot shut his mouth instead of criticizing a young player.
Reply6 months
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