Former Tennessee coach Butch Jones made his Crimson Tide debut at Alabama's Pro Day as Nick Saban's offensive analyst. He even had a little convo with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick...



He looks weird in that get-up right?
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Alabama hires coaches based on their ability to damage Tennessee
Reply3 months
Let him coach Bama... pllllease
Reply3 months
Any shade of red up top is overkill, Butch. Just ask ol' Bert.
Reply4 months
Such irony. Remember the video of Butch getting upset about Sweet Home Alabama being played during practice over a loud speaker. Practically shut down practice until it was turned off. LOL!!!
Reply4 months
Saban will get tired of him in a couple years
Reply4 months
talk about one more huge cock-slap across the face of those hillbillies in Tennessee.
Reply4 months
? He's Bama's embarrassment now.
4 months
Belichick looks frightened and confused.
Reply4 months
How does Saban continue to have a better shadow staff than 99% of the country's real staff?
Reply4 months
Because people want to be a part of a successful program that has a winning culture. Especially, when Saban has shown that the coaches he hires can usually get decent jobs elsewhere, after coaching under him.
4 months
This is why he gets former head coaches of big universities to come be on his staff, while someone like O gets the former WR coach from blue bayou state community college to come join his shadow staff. :D
4 months
That does look strange
Reply4 months
Cant get over how much Butch looks like John Strong.
Reply4 months
Commence tMelt in Knoxville?
Reply4 months
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