Nick Saban's Disdain for NIL Revealed
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Collegiate student-athletes can make their own money now, but some coaches are not happy about it. Infamous University of Alabama football coach, Nick Saban gives his thoughts on newly developed NIL rules.

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Legendary University of Alabama football coach, Nick Saban, is not happy about the NIL and made his opinions known this week. Saban claimed that Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher "bought every player" in his current recruiting class with name, image and likeness deals and therefore, engaged in dishonest recruiting practices. The respected coach is not the only one with strong views, as Clemson University's Dabo Swinney and University of Georgia's Kirby Smart have also spoke their disdain of the new money-making freedom.

Is NIL and the thought of "buying athletes" this way any different than colleges attracting recruits with highly expensive facilities? Read more at 2adays.com (https://www.2adays.com/blog/family-feud-why-two-sec-coaches-are-going-at-it-hint-it-has-to-do-with-nil/).

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