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Is Saban the most overrated coach in college football??

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View PostBlackSheep 171, on 03 January 2014 - 10:08 PM, said:

Stoops beat the 7 million dollar man in SEC country....maybe Bob needs another raise.

Yeah, give em a raise.

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Saban's not overrated. Not sure how anyone could come to that conclusion. One of the greatest coaches in CFB.

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View PostUAdan, on 03 January 2014 - 04:21 PM, said:



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View Postcocky4ever, on 03 January 2014 - 09:23 AM, said:

He always fields the more talented team, and it's usually not that close. Yet he struggles with teams like Vandy..and even out "Dabos" Dabo when ranked high in the pre-season and playing lesser teams Sure he can get teams pumped for Georgia Tech but who wouldn't be pumped for that when you consider just showing up is enough to beat them?  Not lookin like a coach who should be over any non- D3 school much less an SEC program.


Nb4 Richt-O-Philes start talking about injuries and bad luck

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If we continue to humor these Missouri Yankees they will start to actually believe they are really in the SEC.  Ppffffftttttt.....Yankees in the SEC....that'll be the day!

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View PostDawgy_Style, on 03 January 2014 - 07:03 PM, said:

Thank God I'm a Georgia fan, Alabama kill their own for being okay with a loss.

That was a very sweet, Richt-like justification.
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View PostCrimson Kicker8, on 04 January 2014 - 12:45 AM, said:

That was a very sweet, Richt-like justification.

Is this directed at me or Nick Saban's post game press conference?

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Neil, I played about every sport you could play as well.  I was fortunate enough to be on some very good teams.  I remember well the times when we had the most talent by a long shot, but barely snuck out a win a couple of times, because we were either over confident or were not motivated like we should have been.  Our basketball team was 31-1 and the one game we lost, no question in my mind, was because we were looking past the team we were playing thinking about the championship game.  By the time we realized we were in trouble, it was too late.  They had all the momentun and confidence in the second half and were not going to be denied.  Think if we played the same team we would win at least 7 times out of 10 but we lost the one that counted.

I think Alabama had the better athletes on the field.  However, I do not think they wanted the win as much as Oklahoma.  Consequently, OU beat them.  They deserve the win because they outplayed Bama.  As you stated, yes, they went out and played and gave a solid effort.  But that is not the same as playing fired up and WANTING the win badly.  OU wanted it more.

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i would propose that the amount of butthurt bama instigates, and the hatred of the bama program due to their success suggests that no, he in fact is not over rated. every college with an opening head coach position wants gruden, saban or a harbaugh. the line of people waiting to grief bama after a loss is long, the line of people wanting to hire the rest of our coaches is rather short. if he were over rated this thread never would have been created. and before some of the mentally handicapped auburn posters decide to bring up gus, dont bother... we are already laughing at how incapable you are of handling some success with even a modicum of class and maturity.






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