Nick Saban, mic'd up during spring game, trolls offense after failed trick play
ESPN featured Alabama’s A-Day spring game Saturday, and Nick Saban was mic’d up throughout the scrimmage. Saban spoke to Kirk Herbstreit during the game and even trolled Joey Galloway at one point for a lack of a defensive pass interference call.
Saban’s mic wasn’t always live during and after plays; however, ESPN caught Saban trolling wide receiver Slade Bolden, who was a former high school quarterback, for a poor pass on an end-around trick play.
“Slade, I can throw it behind my back better than that,” Saban said. “I can flip it behind my back …”
It appears that Bolden says, “I didn’t want to throw a pick.”
Check this out:
“I can throw it behind my back better than that.”
Saban is hilarious 😂 🔊 pic.twitter.com/hzciN9otDa
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) April 17, 2021