Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban doesn't just watch what's going on in Crimson Tide football practices.…
2012 Record Aside, Hokies Earn Praise
It will come as a surprise to no one that Alabama Coach Nick Saban thinks that last year's Virginia Tech season was an anomaly. That's in no small part because on Saturday, Saban will take his Crimson Tide against Virginia Tech to start the 2013 season. For Bama it's about beginning a season with a chance to make history by winning three consecutive national championships, four in five years. For the Hokies, it's about rebounding to national prominence, and the rebound would be resounding if it started with a win over Alabama. Saban said, "I think we're playing a good, a team that has very good tradition and a lot of 10-game winning seasons. They got a great coach, who's the winningest active coach in college football (258-127-4 in 32 seasons, 216-104-2 at Tech). They know how to win. They're a team that always plays really hard with a lot of toughness...
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