@TJCarpenterWHB – email@example.com – Head Coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide, Nick Saban sat down one on one with TJ Carpenter to discuss Missouri coach Gary Pinkel and the Tigers as well as his thoughts on a college football playoff and making sure student athletes get a full experience by going to every stadium in the SEC during their careers. It may take a nine game schedule, but Nick is okay with that.
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(This article originally appeared on MrSEC.com)
Until Alabama falls to a vastly inferior opponent, they will continue to be the best team in the nation, with the best coach, ahead of the best program. And even when they do fall to a team they should handily beat, I think it’s still a tight race between Alabama and whatever other traditional powerhouse is showing its teeth that season.
What makes Alabama great is not just talent. LSU has gobs of it, USC swims in it, apparently Oregon and Ohio State pay for it… there are lots of teams with talent. College football comes down to one thing more often than anything else – the one constant in an endless turnstile of soon to be professional football stars – is your coach better than the guy on the other sideline.
Unlike Les Miles, Nick Saban has never needed luck to beat an opponent. He hasn’t needed the best player in college football history like Urban Meyer or Gene Chizik. Every so often Saban’s teams are out played, even ill-fated, never are they out-coached. Read more