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During a discussion with ESPN's Paul Finebaum on Friday, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said he'd like to see more parity in college football. Lane Kiffin had an immediate response to it, then the Ole Miss head coach questioned whether Saban knows what "parity" means... (The Spun)


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Originally published on SECRant.com

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That Vandy win streak is not even close. I think Alabama has beaten them like 25 straight
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22 is the number...dating back to 1985. LINK
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Parity is in the NFL Nick remember you failed there.
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Well for one thing it's one word, not word's.
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He left the NFL because he couldn't be successful.
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Weird thing is that when they finally lose to Tennessee, they’ll lose the next ten or so as well. That rivalry is swingy as balls
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He's not wrong, parity is the last thing little Nicky wants. Why he left NFL and went to Bama
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Joey Freshwater knows wassup……..
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