Thou shalt have no other football gods before me.

I wonder if they use this on the recruiting trail.

Added Thomas, “That’s what my dad calls Coach Saban — the ‘god of college football.’

You gotta admit it’s a step up from being called Satan.

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10 responses to “Thou shalt have no other football gods before me.

  1. Spike

    John Milton would like a word…

  2. Dog in Fla

    Sometimes He is all-in angry

    http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Nick+Saban/AllState+Sugar+Bowl/aKjJV3_k_Kp

    Sometimes He cracks up Tom Kite

    http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Nick+Saban/Regions+Charity+ProAM/TLP0mWQFlt8

    Sometimes His reaction to a play differs from His disciples

    http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Nick+Saban/Alabama+v+LSU/n8gkxqajHqA

    And sometimes Uncle Rico, the other Napoleon and Kip are waiting for Him

    • KornDawg

      I can imagine what Saban was saying to Tom Kite in that photo- “Seriously, Tom, the guy named his kids Crimson Tyde and Bear Bryant! You can’t make this stuff up, man!”

  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    I’m still pushing for Lord Farquaad.

  4. Doggoned

    “They showed us the rooms where they take the boys who get hurt get medical attention. That was very impressive. They really care about the players and want them healthy. They had some of Alabama football players in there getting treated before the scrimmage (for later that day).”
    That just brings a tear to my eye …

    • Mayor of Dawgtown

      “They showed me the room where they take the boys who aren’t hurt, but whom they want to get rid of by pretending that they are hurt, to get fake medical attention to build a medical file to support a medical hardship. Very impressive.” That brings a tear to MY eye.

    • Dog in Fla

      Excellent selling point and the facilities are modeled after MASH units Gangham-style

  5. PTC DAWG

    I heard he represented the Lolli Pop Guild.

  6. Will (the other one)

    Perhaps Giordano Bruno saw this coming when he said “your god is too small?”