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A Gigantic Difference between Manziel and Saban Players

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.