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Your statement just doesn't make any sense. We recruited Kiel and offered him. Kiel's transferring from ND doesn't show any prescience on the part of Nick Saban. The suggestion that we passed on Kiel because of some instinct on the part of Saban is pretty crimson colored revisionist history.
Hey, our coach has already achieved "legendary" status and nothing you can say say or type can slow down the "legend" now...don't you realize that????
This post was edited by crimsonbleeder 13 months ago
1960 Les Paul
What does dandruff, snow, corn and Gunner all have in common?
Nothing worse than a kid out of high school behaving as if he is the next Peyton Manning. He needs to just go anywhere and just play.
They're all flaky?
Yeah...you are not making any sense whatsoever. I'd give it up.
Exactly what I was thinking...sounds just like him.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. It's just that yours is stupid.
If he wanted to get playing time he should have stuck with Indiana or went to vandy.
I'm actually quite impressed by how well the kid handled the CLM question. Would have been easy to take a shot and he didn't. I wish him well..
On another note... No matter how great CNS is.. He will miss out on recruits from time to time. Just because the kid didn't start from year one doesn't mean he's a bust and it doesn't mean that CNS is a genius for "letting him go". CNS is a genius, no doubt... but not because he magically predicted anything. If GK would have enrolled at Alabama, he wouldn't have started last year and most certainly wouldn't have started this year. Has nothing to do w/ GK's ability but more to do w/ AJ's ability and experience. CNS is one of the best coaches in the history of the game... but he is still human.
I really think RMFT15's comments were probably a lame attempt at upvotes instead of believing that CNS had some godly instinct about GK and his future.
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