Monday, January 4, 2010

Good fences make good neighbors . . .

Not that Nick Saban is paranoid or anything. He's just extremely private. So much so that he had a temporary fence built around the team's practice field in California.

You know what they say about public places. Darn, if the public doesn't show up.

For extra credit, check out LA Times columnist Bill Plaschke's take on Saban's all-business demeanor. Seems like he prefers the more laid-back approach of Pete Carroll. Seems like Saban, not Carroll, is playing in the only meaningful bowl game of the year.