There have been plenty of comments around the sports world about the tragic crash that took the life of woman in Las Vegas caused by former Alabama and now former Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III.

Ruggs was reportedly going 156 miles per hour in his car right before he struck and killed a woman and her dog when she was in her car. He also was impaired at the time of the accident and is facing serious charges if convicted.

Ruggs former head coach Nick Saban, made comments Wednesday at his press conference about the tragic accident.’s Mike Rodak tweeted Saban’s comments.

“Our thoughts and prayers certainly go out to all involved in this tragic situation, especially the victims. Our thoughts and prayers are certainly with them. But our thoughts and prayers are certainly with Henry, his family,” he said.

Saban continued.

“This is something a lot of folks can learn from. A lot of players on our team. When we say challenge people to make good choices and decisions, do the right thing. Because sometimes the consequences can be devastating. And these consequences are probably going to be pretty devastating to Henry. We love him. We’re going to support him through it. But we also have a lot of compassion for the victims and our thoughts and prayers are also with them.”

Ruggs was selected in the first round in the 2020 NFL Draft by the Raiders.