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Nick Saban questions NCAA rule prohibiting remote coaching from isolation – AL.com

“I would hate not to be at the game on Saturday — if that’s what this turns out to be,” Saban said.

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Alabama coach Nick Saban on Thursday questioned an NCAA rule prohibiting him from coaching remotely during Saturdays game against Georgia.
Saban, who tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, still left open the possibility of being at Bryant-Denny Stadium for the game — presumably in the event his test was determined to be a false positive.
“The protocol is, if youre in quarantine, you cant have any remote access to the sidelines and you cant go to the game, even if they put you in an isola…

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