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udtiger
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Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
No. 48 (Brown) had a stunning few minutes in the 2nd half. Punching a GA player on a KO return and pulling a 15 yard unsportsmanlike penalty (but, miraculously NOT being ejected [one of a number of curious, but Bama benefiting, calls in the 2nd half]).

After the deserved arse chewing from Saban, 48 then takes a swing at a coach in the sideline.

In the past, the jackass would have has his scholly pulled and sent to the locker room to change before the end of the game. However, later in the half, 48 is in on special teams making a tackle to pin UGA deep.

I always knew Saban wants to win, but last night, he showed the world that he was willing to do anything to win.
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uway
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
I just think it’s nice how the committee gave geriatric Saban a mulligan on not replacing Hurts with Tua prior to losing the SEC west and not playing for the SECC. Real sweet of them.


pvilleguru
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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48 then takes a swing at a coach in the sideline.

Very likely he didn't know that happened.


MrFreakinMiyagi
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Yes, because that guy you have never heard of won the game for Bama last night.


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Cuz413
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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However, later in the half, 48 is in on special teams making a tackle to pin UGA deep.


Weird way to spell clothesline.



FoodExit
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Some people just fail to realize championship caliber football.


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GoldenGuy
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Implying Saban had a soul.


prplhze2000
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Trust me, Saban will deal w him. I’ll be surprised if he is still on team later this year.


Othello
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Did you see that closeline he put on that return man tho?


truthbetold
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Saban will deal with it. Likely that kid is suiting up for ULL or FAU next season.


hoopsgalore
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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I always knew Saban wants to win, but last night, he showed the world that he was willing to do anything to win.


Mekhi Brown's behavior was embarrassing, but he's a Special Teams player.


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lsucoonass
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Wait
Why didn't Elijah Holyfield throw down when the Georgia player got punched


PsychTiger
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
Saban sold his soul long ago and the devil should be coming to collect soon I hope. Most crossroads demons only give you 10 years.


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JBeam
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
I thought one of the players made a comment and thats why #48 swung. Was it really a coach?


udtiger
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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Did you see that closeline he put on that return man tho?


Yes. I should have put "tackle" in quotes.

And, no, I am not implying that No. 48 won the game for Alabama, but questioning why he was in the game at all to make that play.


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truthbetold
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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I thought one of the players made a comment and thats why #48 swung. Was it really a coach?



It looked to me like it was the coach that was holding his helmet so that he couldn't go back in.


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skullhawk
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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In the past, the jackass would have has his scholly pulled and sent to the locker room to change before the end of the game.


This is where you're wrong. Saban and discipline have never gotten along.

You're talking about a guy who when he came to LSU, within the first week he hijacked the compliance staff and put his own guy in charge then instituted a drug testing program for the football team that was designed to never have a player miss a second of game action due to a failed test.

The guy beats you Sun-Fri. Saturday is just a formality. He's going to bend/break every rule he can to make sure you're not playing on an even playing field with him.


High C
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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Saban will deal with it. Likely that kid is suiting up for ULL or FAU next season.


That's irrelevant to the situation. The kid committed a blatant unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in trying to punch another player. He then took a swing at a coach on the sideline. He returned to the game after that and resumed his role on special teams. Saban always preaches "the process" and "no individual is bigger than the team". Bull shite lip service. He's going to do whatever he has to do to win.

DJ Chark had a similar incident for LSU in the Citrus bowl and returned, but I expect that from O.


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SmackDaniels
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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In the past, the jackass would have has his scholly pulled and sent to the locker room to change before the end of the game.


Where do people get this from? There's plenty of evidence to prove this wrong.

Mainly the Jonathan Taylor situation.

Tony Brown was arrested on campus before he had time to get his student ID. Cam Robinson and Hootie were arrested with drugs and guns.
Tim Williams arrested with guns and drugs in car.
Numerous guys have been pulled over with weed and yet no one in 10 years has failed a drug test.
Take a guess of the total games these guys have missed due to these events?


SmackDaniels
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re: Saban truly sold his soul last night for that win
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Very likely he didn't know that happened.


Do you think the coach he swung out did?


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