Nick Saban admits to helping NFL players cheat on Wonderlic test
Nick Saban spoke openly Thursday about the Wonderlic, an aptitude test given to players before the NFL draft, and admitted to cheating a bit when it came to assisting with scores.
Saban justified giving players he wanted to select extra help because he wanted to “create opportunities” he says.
“I hate to admit it now, but if I really liked a player, I would actually take the test out, look at it, tutor the guy a little bit, alright, before he took it,” Saban said. “Maybe lose a few minutes on the timing part of it, so he had a little extra time… and they would do better. We were trying to create opportunities then, just like we’re trying to create opportunities for people now.”
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Saban has coached for three different NFL franchises — the Houston Oilers, Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins — but didn’t mention when this happened or how many times.
Are you surprised he openly admitted this?