What’s it take to be a great college football coach?

If Alabama coach Nick Saban is to be believed, the answer may be ADD.

On Thursday, Saban joked with reporters that he may have ADD, diagnosing himself after a question about working with defensive backs during Crimson Tide practice sessions:

Whatever Saban is doing in Tuscaloosa is clearly working, so he shouldn’t change a thing.

If the price of five national championships is some occasional leg shaking during church, many Alabama fans would agree that it’s totally worth it.