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Nick Saban: Football is unpredictable

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Alabama head coach Nick Saban wants the media to know that they can't always predict the outcome of any given game. During his Monday press conference, Saban set it straight.

"This weekend kind of proved your (the media's) predictability is not very good," said Saban.

Saban has constantly disagreed with reporters who touted Alabama as an unbeatable team. The coach has often, and sometimes angrily, defended the abilities of the teams the Crimson Tide has faced. This Saturday, the Crimson Tide takes on SEC newcomer Missouri and Saban does not want the media to underestimate them.

"We're playing a good, challenging opponent," said Saban about the Missouri Tigers.

Saban also mentioned the possibility of moving Brent Calloway and Blake Sims to running back. The move would help the Crimson Tide cover some positions opened by injuries.

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