Ripped jeans, the shit Saban does have time for.

The reading glasses really add to the whole “you kids, get offa my lawn” vibe here.

I give him credit for laughing, at least.  Though the Coke bottle seems a little stoic.

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23 responses to “Ripped jeans, the shit Saban does have time for.

  1. Gaskilldawg

    Maybe the jeans wearer saw the commercial Saban did where he condescendingly mansplained to a women about how she should not spend her money on a new dress. Person figured Saban thought spending on new clothes was stupid.

    He is an ass.

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    • TnDawg

      I’m with Saban on this.

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      • Mayor

        Me too. How did we get to paying $5 for a cup of coffee? $2.50 for an 8 oz bottle of water (water from the tap is still free) and when you cost it out that’s 8 times more expensive than gasoline, which is also overpriced. I could go on all day about things like this but I won’t. We have become a nation of stupid sheep.

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        • Macallanlover

          Because our society has never faced the truly hard times. A temporary blip in your 401K a few times wasn’t real pain. I know some lost more in their businesses, homes, jobs, etc., but not Depression like soup lines and suicides because their children were starving. When people really hit the wall, they will understand the stupidity of what was squandered.

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        • AusDawg85

          You can take my guns, but LAY OFF MY EGGNOG LATTE!!!

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  2. John Denver is full of shit...

    What? Did he run out of jokes about flying in planes or sitting in traffic?

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  3. Jack Burton

    Haha love that man. The greatest of all time.

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  4. JasonC

    Good to see the Coke bottle back in action. It’s kinda funny that he mentions it, though. I mean, cut up jeans have been in and out of style since the late 80s / early 90s. Has he really gone 3 decades without noticing it? Seems odd for a details guy.

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  5. Dolly Llama

    Hell, I can remember back when Kirby came in and one of the coordinators’ wives — can’t remember which — was in one of the welcome photos in jeans like that, and a bunch of people here went all “mean girls” on them, the Fashion Police issuing her a citation.

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    • Macallanlover

      It’s the South man, and Athens is still a preppy town. Just think how bad it would be to get the job in Knoxville and men and women have to wear something orange every day, or with checkerboards on it. Ugh!

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  6. 92 grad

    He’s clearly laying the groundwork for a presidential election bid. Some thinktank group of millenials told him he needed to lighten up for a minute and they’re doing some polling right now.

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  7. Derek

    When the team is over confident it’s “Rat poison.”

    When the team is struggling with its confidence it’s “ripped jeans.”

    I hate the bastard but I give him credit for being focused on the pulse of the team at all times.

    If they play sloppy Saturday you can just see him giving himself shit for spending time on something trivial like ripped jeans.

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  8. Scorpio Jones, III

    The sight of Saban laughing about anything should make Gus cancel his Waffle House reservations.

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  9. Spike

    That’s Saban for “Get off my lawn”.. too funny..

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  10. I just think the Coke bottle wasn’t on his game today. Saban was funny tho.

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  11. Ben

    So what’s the context for this here?

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  12. TMC DAWG

    He’s right. World going to hell in a hand basket

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    • Mayor

      Not the world–the US. As best I can tell the third-world is making monumental progress while we are backsliding at an ever increasing rate.

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      • Macallanlover

        ^^^^Truth. But, we will take a lot of them down with us.

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      • rchris

        “the third-world is making monumental progress”. Economic progress. In many cases not moral or political progress. I’m thinking of repression and corruption in places like the Middle East, Africa, Latin America. Of course we have those problems here also to a much greater degree than I ever thought possible.

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