Alabama head coach Nick Saban Names The 2 Losses That Still ‘Haunt’ Him
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After beating Ohio State to win his seventh championship, Alabama head coach Saban spoke to ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt about the two games that still haunt him...

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The ULM game?
Reply7 months
UAB? @va tech Iowa in cap one bowl Florida in 2003 Oh, Alabama in 2002.....tied 0-0 with 2 minutes in the first half and TOLLER WHOTs runs 12 straight keepers on the read option I give the guy his due, he helped bring LSU back. He failed miserably in Miami. His success with Bama wouldn’t have been possible without the REC and ESPN basically serving as his press agent. 9-6 put little Nicky at 2-3 against Les. The ESPN media jihad didn’t like it and came back with the do-over. Then we get bridge schedules where LSU loses Kentucky for UGA and bama loses UGA for Vandy.... Point is, on an even playing field (LSU, Miami) little Nicky was pretty good. But his “greatness” at Alabama is more about Gump cheating, Emmett and the ncaa looking the other way, and espn running the propaganda arm
Reply7 months
Choosing Culpepper over Brees. That was a huge L.
Reply7 months
For us LSU fans lol
7 months
So the iron bowl game where Auburn returned the missed FG for a TD and won the game isn't one .... I can total BS.
Reply7 months
Losing the Natty is nothing compared to losing to Auburn.
7 months
And one that should have never happened....2011-12
Reply7 months
LSU 2019 and Candy Edwards.
Reply7 months
F*cking retire Nick. Is it ever gonna be enough?
Reply7 months
Nicks says, "$15 million a year says. LOL, NO!"
7 months
For some reason I can't see what the two losses were but they have to be his virginity and his soul?
Reply7 months
His two losses to Clemson in the title games. Deshaun Watson to Renfroe and Lawrence in the blowout win over Bama.
7 months
We all know why you hate to lose, EGO.
Reply7 months
LSU 2019
Reply7 months
I didn’t think he cared about W’s and L’s. It’s all about “the process”.
Reply7 months
You mean paying players and their families and getting away with it because more than half of everyone who works at the SEC headquarters in Alabama is a Bama alumni?
7 months
ULM and take your pick of many in the NFL.
Reply7 months
Well he chose Daunte Culpepper over Drew Brees when he was the Dolphin coach. Big mistake / loss there
7 months
Florida 2003 Kentucky 2002
Reply7 months
Definitely didn’t lose to Kentucky in 2002
7 months
Jack Hunt caught the winning TD pass against Kentucky in 2002. Cmon man
7 months
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