With an injured quarterback’s game status up in the air, and an upcoming game as a heavy favorite against the team that beat Alabama last year, the ingredients for a classic Nick Saban press conference rant were all there on Monday.
In an interview that aired Tuesday on NBC's "Today Show," University of Alabama head coach Nick Saban touched on the mental health side of college athletics.
Alabama did what it was supposed to do against an overmatched opponent. The Crimson Tide dominated Utah State in Alabama’s 55-0 season-opening victory over the Aggies at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
The bond between quarterback and receivers started with communication and developed through on-the-field reps with more off-the-field conversation. On Saturday, we’ll see how that process worked for University of Alabama quarterback Bryce Young and a receiver corps filled with newcomers and first-time contributors.