Paul Feinbaum on Nick Saban’s critique: he ‘eats it’

To criticize Nick Saban for Texas A&M Aggies – and Jackson State’s Deion Sanders – accuse players of paying players It doesn’t fit well with the Alabama manager, according to Paul Feinbaum.

The SEC network analyst, who appeared in “McElroy and Cubelic In the Morning” on WJOX 94.5-FM in Birmingham, said the backlash is “eating” Saban.

“I’ve seen more criticism of Nick Saban in the past five days than I’ve seen in the past fifteen years,” said Feinbaum. “And I think it’s something that devours him. He knows if he’s admitting it was a mistake or it was a fuzzy or unintended mistake. He knows what he did on Wednesday night in Birmingham hit him ”.

“When you’re a perfectionist like Coach Saban, it drives you crazy. You understand it. You’re not exactly a potted plant when you’re trying to be as good as possible. I think you have to ask yourself what Nick Saban, even if the speeches don’t interest him or he doesn’t pay attention to anything, he cares.

“He cares what people say. He only cares because he knows his he players read and listen to him, and he knows future recruits read and listen to him. That’s why he cares. You can tell Saban well, Saban won last week, well, the best question is that Saban will be in better shape too if it were not a problem ”.

Sorry Sabano for comments and This was followed by Securities and Exchange Commission Commissioner Greg Sankey with a public rebuke For both Saban and Jimbo Fisher. Even if scolded Double Fisher Monday.

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Sankey’s comments, however, on the agreements are none It may have shed some light on its place in the controversy.

Mark Heim is a sports journalist for the Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Mark_Heim.

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