Alabama football coach Nick Saban apologized to ESPN reporter Maria Taylor after snapping at her Saturday night.
The Crimson Tide legend told Taylor to stop asking about the quarterback situation after Alabama destroyed Louisville, and his attitude was completely unnecessary.
Don’t ask Saban about his QBs pic.twitter.com/QUuCNC2z8y
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 2, 2018
Well, Saban did the right thing, manned up and apologized to Taylor, according to ESPN’s James Miller.
— jamesmiller (@JimMiller) September 2, 2018
I was pretty critical of Saban’s petty actions toward Taylor after the game. It was completely unnecessary, and it’s beneath a man of his stature. I’m glad he did the right thing by apologizing. It was absolutely needed. (RELATED: What Nick Saban Did After Snapping At An ESPN Reporter Might Surprise You)
There was no excuse for treating Taylor the way he did. Now he’s apologized and we can all move on. I’m not sure how many coaches would have apologized, but that’s not the point. Saban manned up, and that’s to be respected.
It’s in the past and it’s time to focus on next week.
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