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Verily, the Chuch of Saban has returned

Many Alabama fans, myself included, really enjoyed the musings of The Reverend Doctor, a mysterious figure who delighted readers with his pre-game "prophecies" that read like they came right out of a Tolkien novel.  Unfortunately, it seemed that the losses to Florida and Utah were too much for him to take, and he vanished...some thought forever.

Well, at BryantDrive we took it upon ourselves to track him down.  We found him living in a cave along the banks of the Black Warrior River, where he had been deep in meditation.  At first, he was loathe to speak to us...but an offer of a free quarter pounder with cheese and a case of Old Milwaukee quickly loosened his tongue.  He told us that during his meditation, "The Dark Lord Saban came to me in a dream, and he told me to go into the wilderness, and there I would find new texts that tell of his greatness.  He asked me if I would seek them out, and I said, 'aight.'" 

Thankfully, the Reverend Doctor, after a much needed bath, has agreed to share his insights with us once again...this time, at BryantDrive.  We can only hope his wisdom brings to us enlightenment.....and much ad revenue.  His tale of the "battle" to come is now up for your perusal.

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