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|Apparently Alabama's Nick Saban has had it with fellow football coaches taking shots at him.|
"I'm disappointed because when guys work for you you have feelings for them and you're hopeful that they don't feel that way, but if somebody did feel that way I just wish they would tell me because I'm not trying to make anybody feel bad.
"When you're in a position of leadership, sometimes you have to make people do things they don't want to do for the betterment of the program and to get them to do their job the way they need to. I'm not directing that to anybody in particular, but somebody may not like that."
"If we're in a position of leadership, we should set an example that somebody should want to emulate. … So why do we need to say things like that that's detrimental to somebody else if you're in a position of leadership? Because you don't need to do that. You don't need to tear down somebody else to make yourself look better, or whatever. You need to be focused on what you need to do in your program so that you can be the best that you can be. And that doesn't have anything to do what anybody else is doing."