Nick Saban Shares Why He Was Yelling At His TV During Saturday's Iron Bowl
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Alabama easily put away Auburn during Saturday's Iron Bowl with a 42-13 victory. They did it without head coach Nick Saban, who was at home recovering after being diagnosed with COVID-19. After the game, Saban admitted he wasn't just sitting in his Lazy Boy enjoying chips and dip, instead he was actually yelling at the TV a couple of times...

“I think I did yell at the TV a couple times today,” Saban said, via Saturday Down South. “A couple times when we made some mistakes in coverage. A couple times when we missed some tackles. A couple times when Mac didn’t throw the ball to the guy I thought he should have thrown it to (laughs). So, I guess it was more than a couple.”

(The Spun)
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Does he yell at his daughter?
Reply2 months
Was he not allowed to give any input over the phone? Do germs pass digitally?
Reply2 months
Nope. Have to be on the sideline or in the coaches boxes at the stadium to coach.
2 months
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