Saban-Fisher Dustup stresses the need for a new management approach to college football

When Nick Saban speaks, people listen.

When he hits Jimbo Fisher, his former assistant, and Deion Sanders, the charismatic guy he did AFLAC commercials with, people go nuts.

There are so many layers going on here. Disagreements in the SEC, which are rare airs, might be the most notable.

Another gem is the greatest coach of college football’s most competitive era, who basically complains about the competitive balance.

Careful readers will notice that I mentioned this recently.

But let’s get down to business: once you’re past all that juicy power struggles, the real problem is that college football is a riderless horse that needs someone to take the reins.

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