3 reasons why Nick Saban is wrong about the so-called conversion
Alabama football head coach Nick Saban called last season a year of rebuilding, but here are three reasons why that’s nonsense.
Skip Bayless loves to use the phrase “Pure Baloney,” which can be credited to Alabama head football coach Nick Saban, who described last season as a “year of rebuilding.”
A year in which you win the SEC, a playoff game, and make it to the National Championship Game, even to be considered even a rebuild year, is nothing more than pure blasphemy and should make college football fans stare in their own faces to grasp when they hear it and hear it again.
This is in no way a sign of disrespect, but the folks at Georgia and Texas A&M, who both hit the tide last year, might take a look at it as it might be a way to take away from what they’ve accomplished. Last season wasn’t a rebuild year for the Alabama Crimson Tide, and here are three reasons Nick Saban got it dead wrong.
Alabama Football: 3 Reasons Nick Saban Is Wrong Rebuilding Crimson Tide
3. Rebuild teams do not make it into the National Championship Game
When a team is in a rebuild, there’s no chance they’ll be on college football’s biggest stage. Would they win games and have great players? Sure, there are enough examples. But Alabama was in a situation where they had several new faces and were still a dominant program. They won championships with freshmen starting and playing in key positions.
Despite losing a regular season game, The Tide still won the SEC and a playoff game against Ahmad Gardner, Desmond Ridder and Cincinnati. In other words, they’re still a good football team, and they’ve just encountered a Georgia team that would no longer be on the grass.
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