The best college football coach in history deserves to have a passion for the sport he has spent his whole life coaching.
The Crimson Tide's head coach, Nick Saban, admitted that it is challenging for him to watch football games that are not played in Alabama. He adds that while he gets ready for his team's forthcoming game, he is unable to stop thinking about every play.
Says Saban: "To be quite honest with you, I find it difficult to appreciate the game when I watch it. I spend all my time observing teams, whether it's a defence to prepare for our attack or an offence to prepare for the defence."
"What you're constantly looking for are the challenges, the problems that they produce, and what sort of adjustments would need to be made if we were playing against those things. It's all I do "He continued.
I have, like, 200 pages of formations that I look through on Sunday that are matched up with the film, so I put comments on every page about what kind of alterations we want to play, he finally questioned.
"I might as well go back to work," he said in closing. So it's not fun, and I find myself asking, "Why didn't they call timeout?" near the end of the game. I feel like I'm running a game that we're both playing. So I ask, "What are some Netflix options?"
The 8-2 Crimson Tide will play their penultimate regular-season game in Tuscaloosa on Saturday against the visiting Austin Peay Governors