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Saban's Recruiting Tactic Elementary

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Edward Moses Jr. doesn’t sound like the stereotype of the over-the-top Little League, Pop Warner, AAU father.

For one thing, he’s a lawyer.

So when Nick Saban called 14-year-old Dylan Moses and his parents into his office Saturday after Alabama’s Junior Day, and the Alabama coach said he was going to offer Dylan a scholarship but kept talking, the elder Moses wanted to know exactly what that meant.

“That quote just stuck in my mind like, ‘What? I know I did not just hear what you said. But I’ll let you finish your conversation,’ “ Read Full Article »

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