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Nick Saban Rocks The Stones and Little Debbie

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Tonight when you're watching the NCAA Men's Football National Championship, don't be surprised if you see Alabama coach Nick Saban dancing on the sidelines.  Is he really listening to the Stones on his headphones?  OK probably not; But Saban has been a little more open recently about his personal likes.  This past Saturday during College Football Playoff National Championship media day, Saban shared his favorite artists included The Roling Stones, The Eagles, Michael Jackson and Elton John.  He said, "I have four favorites on a DVD in my car, all right? Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles and Elton John. Now, for all you young’ns — see, one good things about my age is we grew up in a pop culture that no one else will ever have the opportunity to live through, from Elvis Presley all the way through hard rock, Motown, all the way through, soft rock, all that. So I lived all that, so I enjoy all that. And even though my son is 31 years old, he plays guitar. He plays all the stuff (from) when I was going to college. So that’s just proof in the pudding to me that they don’t make them like they used to."

He also admitted to his love of oatmeal cream pies and said, "“Two is kinda, supposedly, my quota as soon as I get up in the morning. I had two today before the coffee pot was full.”

So seems like Nick is ready for the game tonight and I predicet an Alabama win.  Who are you pulling for?

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