More Info Has Come Out About The Rift Between Nick Saban & Scott Cochran
Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
It was odd that strength and conditioning coach Scott Cochran left Alabama after 13 years. According to John Talty of AL.com, Cochran wasn't happy when he thought "outside forces" intervened to prevent him from joining Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss. So that lead to him pursuing other opportunities and landing at Georgia...


(The Spun)
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

Comments

31 Comments
WGAS. He’s at UGA now.
Reply3 months
99 out of 100 non-Bama SEC fans can't name who their own S&C coach is, yet for some reason you are lapping this story up like it matters.
Reply3 months
Bama fans think LSU fans care! News Flash! This article was posted by Bama fan lol
Reply3 months
This is true. Don't bother with the facts when it destroys the narrative.
2 months
Why would you follow Lane to Ole Miss? He'll be done before his 1st contract is renegotiated?
Reply3 months
This should be on the Bama board. God knows they can only talk football during basketball and baseball season.
Reply3 months
Who cares about a S&C coach....
Reply3 months
I knew it was over when Saban got so pissed at him just because Cochran was loudly encouraging his lunch loading.
Reply3 months
According to Bama fans, they didn’t want him anyway.
Reply3 months
Eventually every assistant coach gets tired of the Little Tyrant.
Reply3 months
Eventually every assistant coach gets a better job because of the Little Tyrant. FIFY
3 months
This some daytime drama soap-opera B.S.... As the Tide Rolls!
Reply3 months
All is fair in love and war
Reply3 months
It was the commercial, wasn't it?
Reply3 months
Good riddance. How many posts about this are going to be made? I know Bama is in LSU fans’ heads 24/7, but apparently a strength coach changing jobs is suddenly bigger than the coronavirus.
Reply3 months
Don't worry about what we do, Booger. Go cry on Tidedroppings.com. Word to your sister.
3 months
RTWFU
3 months
The hits keep coming for A1abama, unraveling after the greatest season in NCAA history by LSU
3 months
Meh. Saban is in decline and hanging onto a ship with a slow leak. Hes fighting against nothing but a record book and a clock. The clock will decide this sooner rather than later.
Reply3 months
Well said!
3 months
Losing a one-score game to the most dominant offense in history, with a banged-up QB, and then losing a 3-point game to their rival, with a back up QB who gifted Auburn a ton of points, and then having a top 2 recruiting class --- that's a decline??? I hope we only decline that much this year.
3 months
I see Nick has a little bitchassness in him.
Reply3 months
A little?
3 months
So Saban “went a different direction” two weeks after Cochran left? Them grapes are sour.
Reply3 months
It says "...Kiffin...went a different direction."
3 months
Meh, it was time for a change. Be interesting to see if the numbers on knee injuries change.
Reply3 months
Yeah, ‘cause Cochran caused the knee injuries. Gumps are Gumps, I guess.
3 months
KCT
108
little bitch gonna little bitch....
Reply3 months
I for one am shocked.../sarcasm off
Reply3 months
Popular Stories
comments13

Booger McFarland Makes Prediction For Joe Burrow's Rookie Season

Compares it to Peyton Manning's first year in the league.
comments5

Two LSU Tigers Named To The 2020 Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List

Honoring college football’s best in character and performance.
logoFollow TigerDroppings for LSU Football News
Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to get the latest updates on LSU Football and Recruiting.

FacebookTwitterInstagram