Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Alabama notebook: Speir has been in Saban's position

Alabama notebook: Speir has been in Saban's position
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Saban’s Crimson Tide lost Saturday to Texas A&M 29-24, possibly derailing a third appearance in four years in the BCS title game.
 Speir coached at Appalachian State as an assistant from 2003-11 before accepting the Western Carolina job, where his team is 1-9 this year. While Speir was at Appalachian, the program won three straight Division I-AA national titles from 2005-07.
“It gets harder and harder,” Speir said today on the Southern Conference coaches teleconference. “You get everybody’s trick play, everybody’s best offense, everybody’s best effort. It’s hard to do what Alabama has done as long as they’ve done without getting a loss.”
Mash for the rest.


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