HOOVER, Ala. (WALA) - Nick Saban arrived this afternoon to a lobby full of Alabama fans, at the final day of SEC Football Media Day.
Saban talked to media about multiple topics – one of them, how does he keep his team motivated after back-to-back national championships?
"The concept that we have is to get our team the best that we can be, how can this team create a positive identity for themselves. How do they want to be remembered based on what they accomplished. And how can we as an organization get the maximum amount from everybody in the organization, so we give the players the best opportunity to do that."
Another big talking point today – the trend of a new up-tempo offense coming to the SEC.
"I think it's going to become the norm in college football I really do. More and more teams are doing it. And I think that we're preparing our team to play against it more this year and hopefully we'll do a little bit better job against it than we did a year ago," said Saban.
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