Nick Saban isn’t buying into the rat poison the media is putting out there.
This is what a rat poison antidote looks like. You best believe this is going to be hung up all around the Alabama facility.
Speaking of Alabama, here is some interesting news:
Alabama is hopeful that its star QB will be able to practice once the team starts its Oklahoma prep in a few weeks.
An MRI on Sunday confirmed that Tua Tagovailoa has a high ankle sprain, Nick Saban said during an interview on ESPN.
“Most of the guys that have had this (high ankle surgery) done, it’s about a two week deal,” Saban said. “So hopefully by the time we start practicing again, Tua will be back on the field and ready to go”
Surgery is never good.