Nick Saban’s just trying to help, y’all.

In a world of college athletics that denies student-athletes access to representation and information so that they could make more fully informed decisions – maybe the most important one of their lives at that point in time – it only seems fair that Nick Saban proposes a little restraint of trade as an educational experience.

That it serves to help Nick Saban is merely an unanticipated coincidence, I’m sure.


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5 responses to “Nick Saban’s just trying to help, y’all.

  1. DawgPhan

    Free Market!!!Woooo-Hoooo


  2. Derek

    I wonder if he’d be open to suggestions as to how to help kids make better decisions in choosing a college so that they don’t end up being “processed” out. You know like if a school has 78 scholarship players and 20 commits, don’t allow the school to take the 21st commitment OR have someone advise the kid not to be the 21st commitment. Because one of the reasons that kids get processed is that they think they can start at Alabama when that’s not really true if you look at the depth chart. I mean if he isn’t going to advise a junior to go into the draft until he’s a first rounder than surely he only recruits kids who are sure to be starters right?


  3. Hogbody Spradlin

    Oh absolutely. Just a coincidence.


  4. AusDawg85

    Shorter Saban (see what I did there?): We’re the NFL’s development league…they should leave us alone.


  5. Macallanlover

    Nick is running his own development league at Bama by over signing and then educating them on the “cut” process for mediocre performance. Nice edge over those who play straight with the young athletes,