Nick Saban claimed he didn’t know voting occurred Tuesday to elect the 45th president and was evasive about whether he knew Donald Trump had defeated Hillary Clinton in the type of upset Mississippi State will attempt Saturday against 9-0 Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Nick Saban claimed he didn’t know voting occurred Tuesday to elect the 45th president and was evasive about whether he knew Donald Trump had defeated Hillary Clinton in the type of upset Mississippi State will attempt Saturday against 9-0 Alabama in Tuscaloosa. AP
Nick Saban claimed he didn’t know voting occurred Tuesday to elect the 45th president and was evasive about whether he knew Donald Trump had defeated Hillary Clinton in the type of upset Mississippi State will attempt Saturday against 9-0 Alabama in Tuscaloosa. AP

Nick Saban oblivious to election; other sports figures outspoken

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