ESPN host Paul Finebaum got into a heated exchange with Alabama football head coach Nick Saban on Wednesday, after Finebaum prodded Saban to answer questions about Alabama players Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones.
Robinson and Jones were both arrested this offseason in Louisiana on misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance and illegally carrying a weapon in the presence of narcotics. The charges were eventually dropped, with the Ouachita Parish district attorney’s office citing a lack of evidence.
On Wednesday, Saban said it was unlikely that Robinson or Jones would miss any games over the incident.
When Finebaum challenged Saban on why the players weren’t being punished internally, Saban responded: “I don’t really care to answer the critics, because I’m going to do what’s right for the players. If the players really did something that wrong, they would be charged with something.”
Saban went on, wondering why the two football players in the car were arrested and not the other two people who were in the car with him. When asked if he believes the football players were being targeted specifically, Saban wouldn’t answer, only saying: “There’s just a lot of questions there.”
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Nick Saban got in a heated on-air argument with Paul Finebaum over Cam Robinson
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