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Alabama’s Alphonse Taylor Rips Steve Sarkisian For Leaving For Falcons.
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Alabama offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian left the school to be the new offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons on Tuesday. Crimson Tide lineman Alphonse Taylor was not too happy...

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Is it bad of me to take joy in seeing anything negative happen to gump U? I am still excited they lost the NC game to Dabo.
Reply13 days
The decline is real!
Reply13 days
sounds like the gumps are buttheart LINK / remenber me
Reply13 days
He didn't "rip" him for leaving Bama. He criticized him for not using the other backs more after Bo was injured. Your headline is click bait.
Reply14 days
Larry, I don't really see this as "ripping" him. You need to up your vocabulary past 9th grade my man. Anyways, he sounds butthurt at the wrong person.
Reply14 days
that's quite a belly
Reply14 days
Luther........big Luther........bad Luther......oh he mad--lol
Reply14 days
Y'all mad bout something y'all?
Reply14 days
He sounds like a whiny bitch when you look at what else he said.
Reply14 days
You should find him and tell him this.
12 days
noooooo, I'm pretty sure Deshaun Watson through your championship away
Reply14 days
Threw
13 days
that's awesome
Reply14 days
He's right. Damn drunk forgot Harris was our best RB throughout the season. He threw our championship away
Reply14 days
Blame your QB that can't complete a pass past 10 yards.....And Deshaun Watson for lighting it up
14 days
Blame your HC for showing his OC the door one week before the NC. Only an arrogant egomaniac would do that.
14 days
A Bama fan calling an assistant coach a "Damn Drunk". Pssst....hey have you ever heard of this fellow named Paul "Bear" Bryant? I heard he was a drunk too!
14 days
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