Alabama football head coach Nick Saban believes rat poison is at an all-time high this season.
Although the Alabama football team hosts Utah State on Saturday night, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban says all the media wants to talk about is the Crimson Tide Week 2 game against Texas.
Pure rat poison.
If there’s a phrase that has become synonymous with the greatest college football head coach of all time, it would be rat poison. Fate would have it, Saban thinks rat poison is at an all-time high earlier this season. With the Aggies coming up on Saturday, Saban won’t be talking to you about what Steve Sarkisian is doing with his Texas Longhorns these days, so stop asking him!
“I think the rat poison this year is worse than it’s ever been,” Saban told AL.com’s Mike Rodak. “I’ve had more people asking how we’re going to do against Texas this week than how we’re going to do against Utah State.”
Utah State comes close to comfort with a 31-20 home win in Week 0 over the UConn Huskies.
Alabama football head coach Nick Saban isn’t about this year’s rat poison
While it’s understandable that the media is excited for Alabama’s big Week 2 game against Texas, Saban isn’t in denial. He doesn’t give a damn that his former offensive coordinator is coming to town in two weeks for a certain defeat. None of this matters if the Crimson Tide isn’t doing business against Blake Anderson’s team. Utah State won’t be a walk in the park either.
Even if Alabama easily wins over Utah State, Saban will 100 percent find footage on film to then light up one of his coaches with one of his fire and brimstone ass chews. It’s not so bad if you bite off a Little Debbie Oatmeal Creme Pie between rant segments, okay. Are these ass chewers necessary? It really depends on whether or not you want to win all your games this year.
Ultimately, the focus will inevitably be what defines this year’s Alabama team. On paper, the Crimson Tide would win all of their games and remain undefeated as national champions in the College Football Playoffs. Not to say they’re going to lose to either Utah State or Texas, but maybe a team could knock them out later in conference play or in the postseason. Saban has his eye on the ultimate prize.
Rat poison be damned, Saban and his Alabama football team are going to be an absolute dare!
https://fansided.com/2022/09/02/alabama-football-rat-poison-time-high-according-nick-saban/ According to Nick Saban, rat poison is at an all-time high