At Media Days, McCarron talked of God, family and the university, and called Saban his “second dad.”
“I’ve always done it how it’s supposed to be done; that’s the way I want to be remembered,” McCarron said. “I don’t want to be remembered as some off-the-wall-type guy doing all this crazy stuff.”
This is a Sabanized man. It is so far from Johnny Football it is hilarious.
Campbell Robertson, “Improvising Anxiety”, The New York Times (25 August 2013), Sports, p. 10.