The news cycle has eaten up the unfortunate story of Alabama’s broken BCS championship trophy. If you’ve been in another
galaxy universe today, a parent of an Alabama football player accidentally shattered the crystal football at a team function Saturday night.
By Tuesday evening, Nick Saban had a say in the matter when meeting with a few of us reporters at a Crimson Caravan stop in Huntsville.
“Breaking the crystal ball, even though it’s very meaningful, nobody got hurt,” Saban said. “Nobody meant to do any harm and I’m sure we can replace it. It’s (not as) bad as everyone’s making it out to be and I don’t want the parent of the player who had the mishap to feel bad about what happened.”
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