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Black athletes are finally remunerated, Whites mad

Saban attacked Fisher and Sanders/Clutchpoints

White coaches hate new rules. 

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TUSCALOOSA — A wise man named Deion ‘Prime Time’ Sanders once said, “Must be the money!” In case you didn’t know, there’s a mutiny transpiring in college sports and elderly white coaches are pissed. That’s because after decades of working for free on Massa’s… um… I mean the NCAA’s plantation, negro athletes have garnered manumission in the form of name, image and likeness (NIL). Sh*t, it’s about damn time! Now we need black owners in the NFL and NBA so they can initiate cash flow in urban communities. Yessir… much to the chagrin of Alabama football coach Nick Saban, the clueless black athlete is finally cashing in. Scholarships be damned, that ‘play for free’ bullsh*t is history. Coaches at Texas A&M realize that and they’re exploiting NIL big-time. The Aggies secured the nation’s number one recruiting class as a byproduct of remunerating every negro in sight. Saban, who signed the nation’s No. 2 recruiting class, ain’t used to finishing second. Now he’s hatin’ like a mofo.

“I know the consequence is going to be difficult for the people who are spending tons of money to get players,” Saban told reporters. “You read about it, you know who they are. We were second in recruiting last year. A&M was first. A&M bought every player on their team. Made a deal for name, image and likeness. We didn’t buy one player. Aight? But I don’t know if we’re going to be able to sustain that in the future, because more and more people are doing it. It’s tough.”

When he found out what Saban said, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher blew a gasket.

“We never bought anybody,” Fisher retorted during his press conference. “No rules are broken. Nothing was done wrong. It’s a shame that you’ve got to sit here and defend 17-year-old kids and families and Texas A&M. Because we do things right. We’re always going to do things right. We’re always going to be here. We’re doing a heck of a job.”

“It’s despicable that a reputable head coach can come out and say this when he doesn’t get his way,” Fisher continued.

“The narcissist in him doesn’t allow those things to happen. It’s ridiculous when he’s not on top. Some people think they’re God. Go dig into how God did his deal. You may find out … a lot of things you don’t want to know. We build him up to be the czar of football. Go dig into his past, or anybody’s that’s ever coached with him. You can find out anything you want to find out, what he does and how he does it. It’s despicable.”

Saban also accused Jackson State coach Deion Sanders of paying a recruit seven figures to sign a National Letter of Intent. Needless to say, they won’t be doing anymore Aflac commercials together. “Jackson State paid a guy $1 million last year who was a really good Division I player to come to their school,” Saban vented.

“It was in the paper, and they bragged about it. No one did anything about it.”

A pissed-off Sanders tweeted a splenetic clap back.

“You best believe I will address that LIE Coach SABAN told…,” Sanders wrote.

“I was awakened by my son @ShedeurSanders that sent me the article stating that WE PAYED @TravisHunterJr a Million to play at @GoJSUTigersFB ! We as a PEOPLE don’t have to pay our PEOPLE to play with our PEOPLE.”

Sanders is basically saying HBCUs aren’t obligated to endow African Americans because blacks support blacks.

Saban ain’t the only Caucasian skipper pissed at the new rules.

Hall of Fame coaches Roy Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and Jay Wright basically said ‘f*ck it’ and quit.

First a black president.

Now negroes are callin’ shots throughout intercollegiate athletics.

The world has definitely reached its cessation.

Watch Saban talk sh*t.

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This Post Has 78 Comments

  1. Deion is an NFL hall of famer and amazing coach. Deion brings entertainment and helping out the black community. Nick Saban is white and entitled.

  2. He’s trying to keep our YOUNG BLACK MEN in PWI’s instead of them going to HBCU’s…the only place we could go at 1 pt…it’s always a bigger picture 🤷🏾‍♂️

  3. What Saban said was wrong, stupid and misguided. But let’s not turn Deion into Eddie Robinson. He’s been at Jackson St for a few years, good for him but he didn’t create HBCU’s he’s coaching at one. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Let’s be honest 95 out of 100 kids are gonna go to a Power 5 Conference school over a HBCU. Just look at their recruiting classes year after year.

  4. Power 5s should be forced to PAY SALARIES to football players! They make HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars EVERY SINGLE YEAR from JUST FOOTBALL!!

  5. HE MEANS “PEOPLE” MEANING BLACK PEOPLE DON T U GET IT? SAYING THAT WHITES NEED TO PAY “PEOPPLE” TO PLAY FOR WHITES.. LMAO SO FUNNY ITS WHY NO BLACK QB WINS SUPERBOWLS

    BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK BLACK .. IM SO OVER IT BYE BYE SPORTS

  6. Saban better have the receipts for this serious accusation, or he’s gonna find himself on the wrong end of the law suit. Besides, universities have been paying off athletes for decades.

  7. Jackson State’s top recruit needs to do what other white folks do with a passion, sue Nick Saban for defamation of character, and slander!

  8. Colleges are hating the fact that our blacks athletes are now choosing to go to Black colleges

  9. Bruh.. please don’t bring the racist bs to college football.. please. Let me have peace somewhere. PLEASE. From all angles. And no. I’m not saying Saban said anything racist. But the response he got from Deion on twitter saying our “PEOPLE” the way he was saying it, stop. No. Don’t bring division to college football or any other sport for that matter. It’s literally the only place where racism doesn’t sink it’s toxic teeth into the environment and make it unenjoyable for everyone. Well for people who aren’t racist, at least. Everyone that has common sense knows what he means when he said “our PEOPLE”..
    chill out man.

  10. White man OK black man NOT OK… got it. Gotta ADD race to it DEION? Yes you do cause it HELPS YOU!!!

  11. A man of a few words really showed his true colors now since he couldn’t get Travis Hunter 🤣

  12. Screw him he’s just mad he sees the end of his football slavery program

  13. They are afraid the black talent is going to start going to HBCU and become the new power houses and they eventually have to play them if they loose you know where the TV contracts will go and they can no longer get richer off those players. HBCU will start building mega campuses

  14. Nick is super soft! Dude make 10 million a year, and is mad that a kid is making alittle money.

  15. Entitlement at it’s best. HBCU’s vs the big PSU’s (Planatation State Universities). … Literally, decades of black bodies, and “Billions” With a “B” feeding the massive Plantations of American Universities. And feeding and responsible for White elite wealth for generations.

    One Black coach from one HBCU merits deserves denigration and accusation. For “something you’ve read?” The Supremacist Principle at work, and not so subtle…

  16. Imma say what Coach Prime can’t, Coach Nick Saban you’ve gotten rich off Black players for over 2 decades, mine your business, get over yourself, and be grateful you’re a decent white male in Amerikkka!

  17. College football ain’t ‘college’ football anymore and it hasn’t been for a long time. Just call it semi pro already.

  18. Thought it was only fitting of the world we live is that coach Saben has an issue and the Black man, Dion, brings up race, in his response. That’s what ignorant people do when they really dont have a intelligent response, deflect, pivot, let’s talk about MY PEOPLE, OUR PEOPLE, very low

  19. College football needs to end. It needs to become a minor league of the NFL with the teams paying the University for the use of the facilities, name, and history of the University. No money from the University going to the team.

  20. Man white boys always want rules when they are not first in line 🤦🏾‍♂️

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