Nick Saban needs the NFL to be considered the greatest
Nick Saban just had a press conference where he went on several unsolicited rants. It’s not uncommon for common to go off on the press, Colin thinks Saban is feeling insecure about his place in the all-time coaching hierarchy.
Jim Harbaugh has succeeded in college and the NFL, so has Jimmy Johnson. Right now, Saban is the greatest college coach of all-time, but to be considered the best ever he needs to go back to the NFL and prove he can win there, too.
“Nick Saban knows that he’s an all-time coach, but his legacy is that he failed in the NFL. He’s not mentioned with Jimmy Johnson.”
NBA players sitting out isn’t about science, it’s about money
He thinks the recent talking point that players taking healthy scratches due to increased knowledge about science is ridiculous, and it isn’t fooling the public for a second.
Colin thinks players sitting out national television games is a way for players to stick it to the league for having the top teams like the Cavs and Warriors over scheduled on national TV games because they have limited ratings draws.
It’s not about science, it’s about money and sticking it to the NBA.
“That’s all this is, it’s a big shell game. They’re trying to pass it off as science. This is not science, it’s math. It’s all about money.”
Doug Gottlieb – New FS1 College Basketball Analyst and host of The Doug Gottlieb Show is in-studio to discuss how far Wisconsin can go now that Duke is out; if John Calipari needs to win another title to be considered an all-time coach; and why Steve Alford is probably gone to Indiana.
Mike Peirera – Former NFL VP of officiating and Fox Sports NFL Rules Analyst joins the show to explain why he hates Colin’s new NFL overtime rules; and why he thinks it’s an overreaction to the Super Bowl overtime.
Nick Wright – FS1 Host is in-studio to discuss NBA players getting blowback for sitting out games; why Kaepernick should get another shot; and why he thinks Kaepernick’s standing in the locker room has improved since he took a knee.
Peter Schrager – Fox Sports NFL Insider is in-studio to discuss the possibility of Nick Saban heading to the NFL; if Kaepernick will eventually get signed; and why celebrations; and his take on the quarterback draft class.
Ken Jeong – Star of ABC’s Dr.Ken and The Hangover is in-studio to talk about transitioning from being a physician to acting; if he knew The Hangover was a hit when they were filming it; and why science does support NBA players sitting out.