Earlier this week, Alabama announced head coach Nick Saban had tested positive for COVID-19. But after three days of negative tests, Saban’s positive test was deemed a false positive and he was allowed to coach Saturday’s game vs Georgia.
During the second quarter of Saturday night’s game, Alabama was flagged for intentional grounding, a call that didn’t sit well with Saban and he decided to give the referee a piece of his mind.
In the process of hammering the official, Saban’s headset went flying and his mask came off. As we’re all aware, Saban was cleared just prior to the Georgia game with 3 straight negative tests, which is protocol.