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Sport Nick Saban explains why he loved wild celebration after win over Georgia

02:55  20 october  2020
02:55  20 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The Alabama Crimson Tide claimed a huge win over Georgia on Saturday, and things got pretty wild in the locker room afterward.

Nick Saban wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: On Monday, Nick Saban said he loved it when players celebrate like they did, because it means big wins aren’t being viewed as routine or expected. © The Tuscaloosa News-USA TODAY Sports On Monday, Nick Saban said he loved it when players celebrate like they did, because it means big wins aren’t being viewed as routine or expected.

After the 41-24 victory, Alabama’s official athletics account tweeted out a short video of coach Nick Saban dancing with players in the locker room. The video has since been deleted, but it provided a glimpse of just how much fun the Crimson Tide had after a huge win.

On Monday, Saban said he loved it when players celebrate like they did, because it means big wins aren’t being viewed as routine or expected.

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The opening question of this video was in regards to Saban running over to acknowledge the Alabama fans after the Crimson Tide's 38-10 victory over Georgia at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia . *This video is also part two of Saban 's full postgame press conference after the win *.

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“I love seeing the players have fun and enjoy themselves when they feel a sense of accomplishment,” Saban said, via Michael Casagrande of al.com. “Because we have a tremendous amount of respect for Georgia and the team they had and what it was going to take to have a chance to be successful against them, and they were just really excited and I was really happy to see them excited.

“We’ve won games around here where we go into the locker room and everybody just kind of — this is just what everybody expects. And I hate that. I hate to see that. … The expectation sometimes gets to be, well you’re Alabama and you’re supposed to beat this team and if you don’t beat them a certain way then that’s not good enough, and I don’t really think that’s fair to the players.”

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Saban is a notorious perfectionist who is a stickler for improvement. He also understands the pressure of playing for Alabama and doesn’t want it to overwhelm players. That’s part of why he gets the best recruits and wins so much.

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As a defensive mind, Saban does not like the change. He combats the difference by ensuring Alabama has an “explosive” offense, which he believes it has currently. Saban believes that part of the problem is the best players grow up playing offense and not as many play defense anymore. He feels Bama’s defense is currently average, but he’s trying to coach them up. It’s a long learning process because the defensive backs have so many passing concepts to learn.The change Saban identified has been evident in the SEC.

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