Dark Meyer Rises h/t to Barking Carnival for finding this one
Troll Tide Troll. This is absolutely classic on the Bama fans part. I don't post much, but I couldn't resist putting this up.
Nick Saban makes it clear what he expect from the fans tomorrow at the end of his weekly call-in show from September 22, 2011.
This is Nick Saban's opening statements from his first press conference upon assuming the head coaching job at the University of Alabama. It's time to forget what we've come to assume about Alabama football and go back and remember what the Crimson Tide is really about. Everything you need to know is in this ten minute video.
Alabama Coach Nick Saban's post-game press conference courtesy GoPSUSports.com
Coach Saban talks to ESPN about yesterday's tornado, the injuries to Carson Tinker and how people can help assist the recovery. "When you are a part of the team you are not just a part of the team on Saturday afternoon," he told a group of student volunteers this afternoon. "You gotta be a part of the the team when things are difficult and tough."
Nick Saban breaking down how he planned to beat Texas. The audio is a bit boomy, but you can make it out if you listen closely. We commoners don't often get a chance at hearing the masters explain their craft, so it's worth trying to make it out. (H/T Smart Football) If you did all right with this one, there are three more from Saban on defending the Wildcat.
You might remember this video of the Nick Saban Show from November of 2008. It got a lot of attention at the time due to the fact coach dropped a S-bomb during his comments about the importance of fans supporting the team. But it's worth rewatching now because of Saban's comments prior to that. Barry Krauss (who remains the acme of all things awesome) asks Saban about how he savors a victory. Coach responds by talking about the paradox between enjoying a past accomplishment versus the need to keep preparing for future challenges. What is of particular interest is that he noted he does not wear his ring for the 2003 National Championship. He explained the item is irrelevant since knowing you have achieved the thing is what is important. And holding on too dearly to things like that can become a serious obstacle to getting even better. "What you did matters... but it doesn't. Because you are going to be judged on what you do next."
The CBS broadcast of Coach Saban and Terrence Cody's on field postgame interviews with replays of the final blocked field goal.