Too much is never enough.

Honestly, this is starting to verge on parody.

Remember when Bear Bryant used to sign 100+ kids back in the day, just to keep them out of the hands of other programs?  Nick Saban’s just updated the formula.

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15 responses to “Too much is never enough.

  1. Bulldog Joe

    He was coaching at Alabama the last time we beat them.

    So there’s that.

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  2. GruvenDawg

    I wish he would be a analyst for UGA.

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  3. Normaltown Mike

    One of the all time great names of CFB

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  4. Mick Jagger

    Saban ran him off years ago. Starting to smell desperate in T-town.

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  5. Mick Jagger

    FYI, Kirby was at Wilcox County High yesterday seeing Desmond Tisdol, a 2020 running back. The helicopter tour had several stops yesterday.

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  6. Doug

    The difference between Bear and Saban is that Bear snatched up good players. All Saban seems to be doing is building an Island of Misfit Toys. What expertise could Applewhite (or Butch Jones, ferchrissakes) possibly offer that Saban doesn’t already have?

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    • Russ

      Applewhite always struck me as a good OC, but he let the inmates run the asylum at Houston. It got away from him.

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    • Uglydawg

      Well, He uses Butch to troll Tennessee fans..that’s worth a lot from an entertainment perspective.
      One of the funniest posts I’ve read on here was when someone suggested that Saban should have let BJ coach the second half against the Vols.

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      • Uglydawg

        And if Mizzo gets a big lead on Tennessee, I hope Dooley gets the call for the second half!
        (I don’t like the U of Tennessee).

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  7. Mayor

    I can’t believe Major Applewhite is even available. He should have been snatched up by some team as their new OC by now.

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  8. Mick Jagger

    Mike Stoops, too!

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  9. 69Dawg

    I have a question about these analysts. Why was Butch Jones on the field last season talking to players? If he was coaching that would be a violation, no. I thought all the analysts had to be in the booth.

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