Nick Saban Led His Alabama's Team On A March For Social Justice On Monday
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Head coach Nick Saban led his Alabama football team on a march for social justice on Monday. Then he and players spoke to an assembled crowd...






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Simone Eli would get it.
Reply25 days
I don't want to hear one city or university leader complaining about students congregating at bars and parties now. Hypocritical fricks crowding up the streets for a protest.
Reply26 days
It was like the march on Selma. How brave.
Reply27 days
Ryan Clark is happy.
Reply27 days
Just another of Nick's recruiting scams. Does anyone believes that Nick gives a royal f*ck about anything other than getting his next 5* recruit?
Reply27 days
Nope. Do I care? Not really.
27 days
Yes, everyone that knows him believes he cares. The hundreds of people of kids he’s helped along the way believe it. The parents of his players present and past believe it and coaches that have worked for him believe Saban cares about much more than getting a recruit. So go back under your rock and stay there. Your kind are so full of shite and hate you can’t help it.
23 days
Hundreds and hundreds of kids...
23 days
Bama is WOKE!
Reply27 days
No shame
Reply27 days
Butch Jones's mask isn't covering his nose. He can't even get the mask right.
Reply27 days
Masks suck and don’t prevent shit
27 days
Little Nicky...always holding a finger to the wind.
Reply27 days
How many selfies can they take?
Reply27 days
Embarrassing.
Reply27 days
Does anyone seriously still believe this is about police violence? 14 people in 2018, 9 people in 2019. That's a slow weekend in Chicago.
Reply27 days
17 black CHILDREN murdered from black on black violence in Chicago in the month of June alone.
27 days
It looked more like a publicity stunt...
Reply27 days
“all lives can’t matter”
Reply27 days
It’s called pandering to the 13 percent
19 days
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