During SEC Spring Meetings on Tuesday, Alabama head coach Nick Saban got heated when the topic of Satellite Camps was brought up.
At one point Saban, who is clearly not a fan of satellite camps, pounded his hand on the podium and was getting really heated up. Per AL.com
At one point smacking the podium meeting with reporters at the SEC Spring Meetings, Saban spoke his mind with extra volume. Calling it the "wild, wild west" of the recruiting world, Saban railed against the way these camps could make football more like the often-criticized AAU basketball recruiting machine.
"Why would we be promoting somebody else's camp anywhere? Because it's the same thing I said before: this is the only sport where the high school still mattered. What they did at the high school mattered. All you're doing is allowing all these other people that we spend all of our time at the NCAA saying, you can't recruit through a third party. You can't be involved with third-party people and that's exactly what you're doing ...
Then hand met podium.
You can see Saban get heated below in this video. Fast-forward to the 3:35 mark.