Alabama had no trouble beating Ole Miss and their "no-huddle" offense in week five of the college football season. Still the head coach has a problem with teams running such an up-tempo, high scoring system.
"I just think there's got to be some sense of fairness in terms of asking, 'Is this what we want football to be?' "
"At some point in time, we should look at how fast we allow the game to go in terms of player safety," Saban said "The team gets in the same formation group, you can't substitute defensive players, you go on a 14-, 16-, 18-play drive and they're snapping the ball as fast as you can go and you look out there and all your players are walking around and can't even get lined up."