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I don't think Saban should set this precedent (and he is obviously not going to) but it doesn't bother me as much as some on here. I still want him, it would be hilarious if Dabo had to give out a bunch of extra scholarships and then RN went to UA.
"We're modern-day gladiators, and that mental toughness is really important to have in a good team." Nick Saban
RN has also demaded that his pet dog "buster" run out with the team on to the field for all home games to which Dabo immediately agreed to.
"The (All In) Family"
In no offense to any of his friends/h.s team mates but isn't the college paying people to recruit 20-25 of the best players in football to come to your school to give that school the best opportunity to win a national championship? Not trying to take anything from the players but you are not going to win championships if you take that many schollys to get one true target.
Yes! He has also demanded that he gets to spraypaint "Grayson Highschool Football Rulez!" on Howard's Rock
2009, 2011, 2012 Champs
This is going to be VERY interesting. A 17 year old kid has just come out in the media and told Dabo and Clemson "if you dont sign my last buddy I may not be coming." Now the ball is in Dabo's court and ALL EYES will be watching him to see if he's going to sell out 100% to get RN. If Dabo offers this kid it will totally validate the fact that he's being played like a puppet...
Dabo opened pandoras box and now RN is playing him like a $5 banjo while the entire nation watches and laughs.
This post was edited by jctyde 21 months ago
There's no question RN is a great player, starting to sound like his attitude could hurt whichever team he eventually signs with.
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