This Is The Only Condition That Would Allow Nick Saban To Coach Saturday Night
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After testing positive for COVID-19, will Alabama have Nick Saban on the sidelines this weekend for their big game against Georgia? According to ESPN’s Heather Dinich revealed,all he needs to do is go three straight days with negative PCR tests and remain asymptomatic...
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“As I’m sitting here right now, I got confirmation from the SEC office that if Nick Saban or anyone else for that matter were to get three straight negative PCR tests and remain asymptomatic, they could leave isolation and rejoin the team,” Dinich said, via 247Sports. “It’s important to note that Nick Saban is asymptomatic. He’s continuing to be tested daily. if he gets three negative tests, you could see him on the sideline against Georgia, which as of now, remains on.”
In the interim, offensive coordinator and QBs coach Steve Sarkisian is running Alabama’s prep work this week.

(The Spun)
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get birmingham to overturn the positive
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He was tested again Thursday and it confirmed the Wednesday positive, so earliest he could be cleared is Sunday, assuming he were to test negative today, Fridayl
Reply12 days
I believe his positive result was from a test administered on Tuesday. The results were announced on Wednesday.
12 days
Nick is afraid to lose to his 1st disciple, so he is faking Covid.
Reply12 days
Jus three straight.. .. .. pick a White House doctor.
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My nose would fall off
Reply12 days
Another Saban rule? I kid. I kid. Get well Coach.
Reply13 days
I hope he beats it quickly
Reply13 days
Three tests in a row like an hour apart or three days in a row?
Reply13 days
three test--what 2 minutes apart
Reply13 days
Would you like to explain what difference it would make? If he took them back to back to back vs 3 separate days?
12 days
Credit Les Miles. Saban looked at what Miles was doing and said “I want the OPPOSITE of that”!
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