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Alabama cornerbacks coach Travaris Robinson left to become Georgia's co-defensive coordinator after Nick Saban's retirement. According to ESPN's Chris Low, Robinson interviewed with new Crimson Tide head coach Kalen DeBoer for the vacant defensive coordinator role on Sunday...
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Strannix2 months
Working under a snapshot panic hire with a hair trigger spoiled fan base
Would be stupid
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Island_Tiger732 months
Fake news.... Nobody & I mean no one turns down an offer from Bama, only coaches & players that go were offered anything
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Doctor K2 months
BS Bama is not for everyone. He has a great gig. There are no guarantees new Bama staff will be successful.
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BbyB2 months
If Saban isn't there, what's the draw? Tuscaloosa is an armpit. It's basically Mississippi... nobody wants to play for that coach that was a 4th or 5th option. Bama needs to settle in for mediocrity. 8-4 will get you in a bowl game before Christmas.
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CanebreakCajun2 months
Go work for Kirby Smart or a Pac 12 coach...
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LSUNV2 months
Wow! Call me shocked! I figured this was already a done deal
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ImBatman2 months
If you're scared,just say you're scared!
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Contra2 months
It's true. He wasn't confident in himself to take over full reigns to a defense. DeBoer is giving full control over to the next DC to do whatever he wants.
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