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Alabama fell to Tennessee 52-49 on Saturday. Here was Paul Finebaum's reaction to the upset...
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"Yesterday was the personification of the sport and it’s why people like us are so passionate,” Finebaum said (first transcribed by Saturday Down South). “There are a lot of troubling signs coming out of it for Alabama as well as some positive signs for Tennessee, but, Alabama does not look well-coached. That’s off the record."
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“No, I don’t think Nick Saban is losing (his touch),” Finebaum said (first transcribed by Saturday Down South). “But, is the program at the same place it was 2-3 years ago? No, it was a different state. He is at a very dangerous point of his career should he lose another game and get knocked out of contention for the College Football Playoff.”
(The Spun)
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...And had the 50 yard Bama kick gone through the narrative would have been "oh the fight in the players, Oh, down 28-10 the coaching staff made brilliant adjustments, oh, the will of this team to find a way to win with 17 penalties" My God, if somebody had told that UT loses 15 straight to Bama I would have laughed at them. Sooner or later (in this case later) fate was gonna shine on them again.
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So happy for Saban!
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Too many penalties is always a bad sign. Clean that up or some heads will roll I think.
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He’s right you know…
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I knew it would be some bull shite about Saban is close to hit seat "troubling" lol
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