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During his weekly radio show, Alabama head coach Nick Saban explained why he hasn't gotten as angry on the sidelines as usual this year...
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"Usually, one of my first prayers in church on Sunday is to pray that I don’t get mad, because a lot of times when I get mad, I do things that I wish I wouldn’t have done, I say things that I wish I wouldn’t have said, and I don’t make really good decisions and choices," Saban said, via Saturday Down South. "So, this has been a lifelong sort of goal to not get too emotional, not get too upset. I think that sometimes it’s the kind of team you have. Some guys really need you to get on them. Some guys get… a little upset, maybe, and don’t respond when you get on them. It bothers them a lot."

(The Spun)
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That and being 71 years old.
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In other words, modern players are complete primadonnas and their egos cant handle an arse chewing
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He’s getting tired...we get it
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Evolving...
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Sometimes a dog cussing works too though ( to the tune of 7 Natty's) I honestly don't think Nick is a bad person because of the tirads on the sidelines. I think he's doing his job t's not "war" but it's a battle and you need to get players attention and convey significance
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sounds like growth...
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