By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to AL.com’s Howard Koplowitz, Alabama Crimson Tide head football coach Nick Saban was involved in an accident on Friday. This was considered a minor accident.
Koplowitz is reporting that Saban was not injured in the crash. Nor was the other driver in the accident.
AL.com said that the accident was more like a fender-bender. It happened in Birmingham, Alabama.
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Saban was in Birmingham to attend his son Nicholas’ wedding.
This fender-bender comes hours after Saban celebrated two players of his 2021 team being drafted into the NFL. First, the New York Giants used their seventh overall pick on Evan Neal, who some presumed to be the top pick in the draft early on.
The Detroit Lions then traded up to the No. 12 pick to draft Jameson Williams. Despite suffering a torn ACL injury in the national championship game against the Georgia Bulldogs, he did not fall too much after the injury.
The legendary head coach — who has more national championships than any other head coach in college football history — will see more Crimson Tide players drafted over the next two days. Tonight, the second and third rounds of the draft will be concluded.
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Then, tomorrow, on the final day of the draft, teams will make selections in rounds 4 through 7 to finish out the three-day spectacular.
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