Tyler Lauletta, provided by Published 6:48 pm PST, Saturday, December 29, 2018 Wesley Hitt/Getty Images The Alabama Crimson Tide are the best team in college football, thanks in no small part to head coach Nick Saban’s attention to detail. In a recent SEC Network segment, Saban broke down an interception Alabama had against Ole Miss, still finding flaws in his defense’s play despite the successful outcome. It’s moments like this that make it obvious why Saban is one of the best coaches in football. The Crimson Tide have won an astounding five national championships since 2009, and it’s possible that the 2018 team is the best that the school has ever produced. But even with their run of dominance, head coach Nick Saban can still find flaws in his team. In a recent edition of the SEC Network’s “Film Room,” Saban sat down with David Greene to break down a few plays from Alabama’s win over Ole Miss earlier in the year. While talking about one play, Saban compliments his safeties on how they hid their coverage — a move that led to an interception and a huge return that set up an Alabama touchdown. But despite the takeaway, Saban still… Read full this story
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