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Georgia coach Kirby Smart. Smart worked under Nick Saban at Alabama for several years as an assistant before eventually moving on. This week he shared his honest thoughts on Saban's impact on college football...
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FLTech13 months
This is the problem that I have with the media. The title suggests that out of nowhere Kirby came out to talk about Nick Saban on his own. They never explain that he was "asked" about Nick Saban
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FLTech13 months
Such breaking news. Well no shite Mr obvious
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JustinT3713 months
I was in high school but I never thought Nick Saban was going to leave here for the NFL.
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baobabtiger13 months
I like that. Absolutely no credit to Bama.
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crimson crazy13 months
Until you said something. Thanks for reminding us :)
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Che Boludo13 months
Well, his point was not school affiliated. His point was that the SEC rose to what it is because of what Saban started. Quality of coaching, facilities investments and recruiting all sparked from him. It was an arms race. Bama is central to that story, but all SEC programs have risen as well. Saban's legacy is beyond his coaching accomplishments. They extend to advocating for the future of what CFB should and shouldn't be. And, boxing out all other conferences on the whole of things as the SEC grew stronger because of him
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BIGJLAW13 months
LOL, Bama has broken another mental midget.
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