Nick Saban Credits 1 Former SEC Coach For Changing His Mindset At Alabama
Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
While talking to reporters this week about his team's shootout with Ole Miss, Alabama head coach Nick Saban discussed how SEC offenses and defenses have changed over the past few years. According to college football insider Bruce Feldman, Saban credited former Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze's offense for influencing his own offensive choices...
Not the name I thought he would've said.

(The Spun)
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But he was only against that offense because it was dangerous to players.
Reply2 months
I heard from my sources that he needed the day off so he and his wife could look for real estate in BR.
1 month
A lesson Les Miles never learned. Adapt, evolve or become extinct!
Reply1 month
Lane Kiffin
Reply1 month
Lane Kiffin laughs at this statement.
Reply1 month
No, you have to follow the timeline. He only hired Kiffin bc Freeze changed his mindset.
1 month
Goddammit, Hugh Freeze. This is your fault.
Reply1 month
I think he meant GusShortBus. "When you can't beat em, call your good buddy at the NCAA and get him to change the substitution rules to slow them down."
Reply1 month
Les Miles dumbass could never figure this out
Reply1 month
Is Hugh Freeze available for LSU to replace Scott Linehan?
Reply1 month
That's exactly who I wanted.
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