Nick Saban Apologized To Maria Taylor A Testy Postgame Interview

Share

In between, Tagovailoa had a 9-yard scoring run and fellow sophomore Najee Harris scored on a 1-yard run.

Alabama head coach Nick Saban has been criticized pretty harshly today for how he handled his post-game interview with ESPN reporter Maria Taylor following the Crimson Tide's blowout win over Louisville in Orlando.

New Pixel 3 Leak Reveals A Smaller Notchless Phone
The back will be aluminum from the bottom nearly to the top, where it switches to glass for the single-camera setup. In the Pixel series, Google appears to still be adamant on the single rear camera with dual-tone LED flash.

Saban may want to convince everyone that both Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa have roles on the team, and that's fine. "So why do you continually try to get me to say something that doesn't respect one of 'em?" I'm not going to.

Saban, who has been answering questions about his quarterback situation since he switched to Tagovailoa in the national title game in January, snapped in frustration at once again being asked (again a good, and fair question) about picking a QB and sticking with one. There was nothing different about that premise going into this season, except for the fact this year's QBs were both on the team last year and played key roles in winning another national championship for Alabama. Asked about what else Saban was focused on after a 51-14 win, Saban vented a little bit more for good measure.

Tropical Storm Florence developing in Atlantic
Florence will not be a hurricane at this time but will bring rain as it continues to travel in the Atlantic to the west-northwest. There were no storm advisories as of Wednesday afternoon and Miriam was expected to begin weakening Friday.

A simple inquiry pertaining to what questions were answered regarding the two quarterbacks led to another classic angry, paranoid Saban moment.

Don't 'monkey this up' and elect Andrew Gillum, Ron DeSantis says
Gillum spent the least of the five major candidates in his primary race and had the smallest television presence. Across the vast state of Florida , it's important to be on TV to reach voters in the final days of the campaign.

Share