Alabama coach Nick Saban made his last public comments this week on his radio show, “Hey Coach,” before the Crimson Tide faces Arkansas on Saturday.
Here is a summary of what he said Thursday:
— Saban said Arkansas has a lot of good players, and for people to make assumptions that the other team doesn’t have a chance “is not good.” He asserted it’s an important game for Alabama, because in his eyes, the Tide took a step back with its identity last week against A&M.
— Saban said he doesn’t think there is a better medical staff in the country than the one that exists at Alabama. Saban added it’s crucial that players have to trust the medical staff.
— Saban reviewed the disastrous sequence by senior Robert Foster, claiming the receiver lined up illegally, dropped a pass and fumbled in the same series. He didn’t mention Foster by name, but…