Saban is a perfect 19-0 when it comes to taking on his former assistant coaches and when the Tide takes on the Texas A&M Aggies this weekend, Saban will have to contend with another of his former employees. In fact, Saban will face a former assistant coach in each of the next four games on the Alabama schedule.
Reese alleges a culture of racism in Athens and said that Kirby Smart "manipulated" him into staying with the Bulldogs program after he had expressed his desire to leave Athens. Reese says Smart told him he would advocate on his behalf with the NCAA to expedite his transfer and recommend he receive immediate eligibility.
Scott Cochran is leaving Alabama to join the University of Georgia coaching staff according to Cecil Hurt. Cochran was an original member of the Nick Saban coaching staff at Alabama, assuming the role of head strength and conditioning coach since 2007. Cochran is the architect of the Tide’s offseason spring training routine known as the “Fourth Quarter Program.” He will fill Georgia’s last remaining on-field coaching position, becoming the Bulldog’s Special Teams Coordinator.
See how Calvin and Riley connected after the National Championship game last. I love the part where Calvin gives his brother his Jersey and says, "Don't let nobody steal this!"
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