Sport Book details 2016 sideline blowup between Saban, Kiffin

01:11  20 june  2017
01:11  20 june  2017 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

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  Nick Saban will beat you with stuff he doesn’t like using Photo by Elsa/Getty Images ***ImagePlaceholder*** https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/eHM6xlmmtylZ6gDB82F58nfRXyo=/0x0:2123x1415/1310x873/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/55194273/674168508.0.jpg Photo by Elsa/Getty Images During the Great Satellite Camp Debate of 2016, Alabama coach Nick Saban staked out territory on the “anti” side. He called the camps, which double as recruiting road shows for large programs, “bad for college football.” He said they were a regulatory “wild, wild West,” with widespread potential for abuse. The NCAA allowing these camps was good for almost everybody.

A new book from longtime Alabama radio analyst Phil Savage provides plenty of details about the inner workings of the Crimson Tide Football The biggest reveal may be about the now-famous sideline verbal berating Saban gave Kiffin while the Crimson Tide held a considerable lead over

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Nick Saban reportedly had a good reason for chewing out Lane Kiffin last year. © Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports Nick Saban reportedly had a good reason for chewing out Lane Kiffin last year.

Senior Bowl executive director Phil Savage is a former NFL assistant coach, scouting director and general manager. He wrote a book that will soon be released entitled “4th & Goal Every Day.” In this book, he gets into some juicy stuff, including the inside scoop on what happened to spark the sideline blowup between Nick Saban and Lane Kiffen last September.

In case you don’t remember, here’s Nick Saban blowing his top during Alabama’s game against Western Kentucky.

Savage detailed the reason for this blowup in his book, which was previewed by Creg Stephenson of AL.com.

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“Kiffin said into his headset ‘dumb players make dumb plays,’ which all the Crimson Tide coaches heard. Saban snapped back with ‘no, dumb offensive coordinators call dumb plays.’ There were probably a few expletives left out.”

It was hardly surprising that Kiffin bounced before the end of last season for a job with Florida Atlantic. He and Saban famously clashed on a number of occasions, and Kiffin has a history of ticking people off.

The explanation of this particular Saban chew-out session makes perfect sense. And we can’t help but love Saban for it.

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