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...
"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."
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